San Onofre in early 60s. “What I love the most about San Onofre, though, was creative energy there. The older surfers made tiki huts along the beach out of driftwood and bamboo so they could get out of the sun when they wanted. It was great to park there and lie in the shade of Tiki huts with rows of colorful surfboards lined up against their sides. There were guys living in old panel trucks they’d furnished in Polynesian style, with tapa cloth glued on the ceilings and sea shells glued to the dashboards; even their beer can openers where carved from wood, wrapped with string and varnished.”

-Morning Glass by Mike Doyle

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