That is the ugliest poster in the history of the street fair.
Anything lamer then a popout surftech bolted onto the roof of chiny woodie? If they ain't rusted out with woodrot they ain't a surf car. Fatguy in Aloha shirt do you hear me?
Do you know what I think is more ugly? The huge monstrosity, third story they are adding on to the home just south of the Stonesteps access, on Neptune and South Portal. Of course, we weren't within the 100 ft. notification area, either. By the time we saw what was happening, the framing was already in.Yes, how did this too tall new structure get through? We hear a doctor went and schmoozed Planning. This is way more than 26 feet. And the "natural grade" elevation there is in question. That home went for so little because of the unstable bluffs, too. Seems like these unstable homes should be condemned to me.I can't afford to go to the street fair, but I wish the vendors, the crafts people well. I hope people don't bring their dogs. They get stepped on, and the blacktop is too hot for their paws.
Can't afford to go to the street fair? Dude its FREE!
Free, yes. So I mean, can't afford to buy any crafts, trinkets, right now. Music is great.
The street fair isn't what it used to be. Gone are all the cool booths with handmade crafts by locals. This year it was like the swap meet. Maybe next year we can do something to encourage locally themed booths. This was the most boring street fair ever.
The booths were lacking. The weekend seaside bizarre has better stuff and that ain't saying much.
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