Monday, February 01, 2016

Still standing after crazy wind storm

The giant coast highway eucalyptus south of Leucadia Blvd survived the crazy wind storm on 1-31-2016. 
The newer trees in the Leucadia Roadside Park did not do as well.  



Surfy Surfy, Inc
A Huge Mega-Corpo, 
Mom & Pop Surf Shop
JP St Pierre
CEO & Janitor
974 N Coast Hwy 101
Leucadia, CA 92024
text 760-452-7687
Follow @surfysurfy 
*Surfy Surfy is closed on Tuesdays in 2016 
Thanks! 

Sunday, January 31, 2016

Let's take the Space Shuttle back in time to the Shepard





Surfy Surfy, Inc
A Huge Mega-Corpo, 
Mom & Pop Surf Shop
JP St Pierre
CEO & Janitor
974 N Coast Hwy 101
Leucadia, CA 92024
text 760-452-7687
Follow @surfysurfy 
*Surfy Surfy is closed on Tuesdays in 2016 
Thanks! 

Sunday, January 24, 2016

Glenn Frey shrine

At the famous Eagles House on Neptune Ave.

Wednesday, January 20, 2016

Monday, January 18, 2016

Tuesday, December 15, 2015

The gentrification of Encinitas began before you got here

Check out this local's outfit, that wasn't his first choice.

Sunday, October 25, 2015

Iconic Surf Cleaners signage gone

Here is an epic example of a small town mainstreet FAIL.

Who should have prevented this failure?

DEMA? Chamber of Commerce? Historical Society? Encinitas Planning Department? City Manager? Mayor? City Council?

What can be done to get the iconic Surf Cleaners sign back where it belongs?

Sunday, October 18, 2015

October 2015: Strange Smell hangs over coastal Encinitas

What is that smell?
Stinky lagoons?
Leaky sewage pipes?
Dying kelp beds from unusually warm ocean temperatures?
The collective smell of dozens of damp, humid restaurant dumpsters?
What is that smell???

Tuesday, October 06, 2015

Tuesday, September 01, 2015

Thursday, July 23, 2015

Keep Cardiff Crusty


We in Leucadia know what it's like to lose a beloved live music venue. When Bar Leucadian lost its cabaret license a few years ago it left a big void in the local music scene. Even when a new owner took over he was stuck with the previous owner's penalties.

While many of us are hopeful that live music will return to Bar Leucadian soon after the license suspension has run its course, the recent news about noise complaints shutting down live music at the Kraken does not bode well.  Bar Leucadian is adjacent to many residences while the Kraken is about as far away from homes as any bar in town.

Encinitas Undercover has the full story on the Kraken's owner's decision to stop live music for fear of losing his liqour license over 5 noise citations between June and July.

An online petition to Encinitas Mayor Kristin Gaspar to allow the Kraken to continue hosting live music gained over 1,200 signatures in only two days time. And a recent update on the petition shows that the City of Encinitas has heard the message and that live music will soon continue at the Kraken.

Even if the City has reassured the Kraken that they can continue with live music, this whole ordeal should probably leave a bad taste in the mouth of any local who likes to hear music outside of a restaurant setting. Code enforcement is after your decibels!!!

Sunday, July 19, 2015

Bad News for Encinitas Urban Campers

The city of Encinitas will be increasing police enforcement of two-hour parking zones in an effort combat the problem of people living in recreational vehicles on city streets.