Its called a puddle which used to be more common before 1950s when everydrop of rainwater was redesigned to runoff into the ocean as fast as possible in concrete channels and pipes.If you don't like puddles, you will love LA.I think the storm drains are working well in Leucadia since the improvements completed over the last few years. I rarely see the park flooded anymore and no flooded businesses have been in the press.Love your ocean; Hug a puddle!
Bravo! When I was a kid we'd put bacon on the end of a string, drop it in a puddle, and if we were lucky... catch crawdads. We'd eat those crawdads and yes, they were delicious.
Try and shoot off some fireworks over than water hole and marco will sue you.
I'm really digging that you posted that. When I first saw that sign, it was one of those moments where I thought, "I love this place!" Some artistic thinking person got all muddy for a laugh. That's good, eh?
Plant some trees and shrubs, and put in a DG trail. It doesn't take a lot to make things look nicer. BUT it does take the will to fight city hall and NCTD to be allowed to make things nicer.
Pure Encinitas. It's why we live here! I'll bet Newport Beach does not have any puddles.
2:30And when we didn't have crawdads, we ate sand.Name that movie...
At least swimming isn't prohibited.
don't have any contest in that puddle, that shit is sacred
Raising Arizona. But seriously, I eat the tail and suck the head. If that puddle had crawdads in it I'd be over there now with my bacon.
We have a winner! (But lighten up on the animal fat, dude).
Isn't that a puddle of liquified dog crap run-off from Orpheus Park?
Thank you for posting on the Leucadia Blog. There is nothing more powerful on this Earth than an anonymous opinion on the Internet. Have at it!!!