To many of La Jolla's 60s beach crowd probably don’t know of Bill Pfanner, but to the early 70s WindanSea wall crowd, he was well-known for his, athletic ability, beach … [Read More...] about Bill Pfanner – Athletic Ability, Beach Partying and Friend
Welcome to Mac Meda Destruction Co.
Back in the late 1950s and early 1960s, every one knew there was something different about a particular La Jolla’s beach crowd. La Jolla was a sleepy little beach community at the time. Mac Meda was born in La Jolla by a couple of hard drinking and party guys, since that time the term became a way of life. Enjoy the stories that will live forever in the 50s, 60s, and 70s.
MAC MEDA STORIES
From "Remembering Butch: The Butch Van Artsdalen Story" by Douglas Cavanaugh: GREG NOLL-- "It was as if someone moved Bellvue Psychiatric Hospital … [Read More...] about WindanSea Welcome – Butch Van Artsdalen
This is from Doug from Butch Van Artsdalen Facebook; stories from "Remembering Butch: The Butch Van Artsdalen Story" A little about what WindanSea … [Read More...] about La Jolla’s Psychiatric Hospital Of The Beach – WindanSea Stories
Long Bar with Butch Van Artsdalen and Friends To: Webmaster From: Bob Feigel bob(at)surfwriter.net Message: Hi - A brief note to say … [Read More...] about Long Bar – Butch Van Artsdalen
In the Florida Keys, each night around two hours before sunset masses of people flock to the water's … [Read More...] about WindanSea Sunsets – Social Network of Beach Life
Ed Selby (l) Bill Decker(m) and Roger Johnson (r, and very dead) kicking back on a typical La Jolla … [Read More...] about Windansea Wall – Ed Selby, Bill Decker, Roger Johnson
Marine St and SeaLane
If there was ever a man that could defied the massive consumption of alcohol and chemicals it was … [Read More...] about Little John Syvada – Conrad, Sea Lane and Tequila Sunrise
WindanSea’s claim to fame was its surf. Sea Lane and Marine Street's claim to fame is its wicked … [Read More...] about Body Whomping – WindanSea, Sea Lane, Marine St