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 Have You Ever Seen a Submarine Dry Dock San Diego One of my fascinations in San Diego is our Military facilities that creates so many secure jobs through the entire county.  If you are Buying, Selling or Relocating to San Diego and  need help from a professional REALTOR®, Give me a call or visit...
A Bit of San Diego History: The Cabrillo National Monument A couple years ago, I wrote a post about this statue that is on the peak of Cabrillo Monument National Park. The day was clear at the park and not too many people around ( thus the nice unobstructed photo) but you can see off in the dista...
San Diego City Council Votes For More Accountability Rules on Bank Owned Properties The city council passed 2 of three proposed city ordinances designed to hold Banks with foreclosed properties in local neighborhoods more accountable for keeping up the property. The banks that are doing business ...
Celebrating The Last Days of Summer As the vestiges of the San Diego Summer disappear and the cooler temps of Fall began to reveal themselves, the summer seems to be saying farewell for another year. But the Pacific Ocean never says goodbye to those that love the waves. The only thing  that chang...
Poway Has a Rendezvous With Destiny Each year near the end of Summer, the community of Poway celebrates it's history in living color. That would be in the form of live reenactments of it's trailblazing and early settlements days.  There were about 20 different historical encampments spread around...
San Diego Home Sales at Six Year High This past month was the most encouraging real estate activity in the past six years. The activity was driven by low mortgage rates, investorsand cash buyers. There were 3981 residential sales and that was the highest number since June of 2006 with 4523 reside...
Start with This... What Happens When You Add a Vintage Look and Frame to a New Photo ? THIS! With the right photo and right editing tools, you can take your photography up a notch and create unique things that not only please the eye, but seem change the character completely while maintaining all...
Maritime Museum in San Diego One of the real treasures of San Diego is the Embarcadero where the Maritime Museum is located. With things going on all years with visiting ships, the museum itself is quite fascinating.  This year, as many will remember from some earlier posts, the museum with the h...
US Sand Sculpture Competition  San Diego " B" Street Pier During the Festival of Sail at the San Diego Embarcadero this past Labor Day weekend, another event was going on just two blocks away. The Annual US Sand Sculpture Competition among 10 of the worlds finest sand sculptors. What makes this c...
Still Life While visiting the old tall ships during the San Diego Maritime Festival of Sail, I was a couple levels down in the galley and saw an opportunity to photograph a version of a still life. While the fruit and vegetables were plastic and I had to blur the photo a bit to hide the seams ( c...

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