The Bottom Scratchers Skin Diving Club is the most famous and most documented La Jolla dive club, but there have been others less recognized, but still … [Read More...] about La Jolla Skin Diving Clubs – Manta-Ray, Jr. Maos, Bottom Scratchers
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.
Up until 1970, San Diego had a thriving fishing industry; it was San Diego’s third-largest industry, behind the Navy and aerospace. It employed some 40,000 San Diegans in … [Read More...] about OCEAN FRESH SEAFOOD CAFE and MARKET – TOMMY DOYLE – LA JOLLA/BIRD ROCK
Back to the Story of Ocean Fresh CONSTRUCTION OF THE NEW EATERY AND FISH MARKET Ocean Fresh had a schedule for between three to four months, first starting with the … [Read More...] about Ocean Fresh Photo Gallery – Construction, Reviews and Grand Opening
MAC MEDA STORIES
Blacks Beach's for surfing and nakedness, and 3) for pushing cars off. Okay, the first two are still what the cliffs are known for, however the … [Read More...] about La Jolla – Car Goes Over Torrey Pines Cliff – Blacks Beach
Conventions were a must for Mac Meda. In reality it was just a place to go, and either raise some hell, like the Mexico Convention or just kick back, … [Read More...] about Cuyamaca State Park Convention – In The Trees
When Jack took the early morning shift at the West End in Pacific Beach/La Jolla on just about any given day there would have been a bunch of La Jolla … [Read More...] about La Jolla High Alumni – Mac Meda Style Reunion
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
THE INFAMOUS DECAL It was one of those warm La Jolla days when Jack MacPherson, Jerry Shine (home … [Read More...] about Charlie Don’t Surf, But La Jolla’s Jerry Shine Did – Mac Meda’s Decal Artist
Marine St and SeaLane
During summer you would have hard a hard time beating the lifestyle of the popular strand of Sea … [Read More...] about Sea Lane, La Jolla – Horseshoes and Tourists
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