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Pelican Dive Bombs Ship (at least it looks that way)

Pelican fishing off Coronado Beach in front of the Coronado Shores, ship passing in the background. Distance, of course, explains why the pelican looks like it is dive bombing the ship. Photo taken after sunset with a telephoto, which is why the…
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A jogger on Coronado Beach provides a nice photo op - but he's missing the view of the sunset setting behind him.
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Couple walking the beach hand in hand by the Hotel Del rocks as the sun sinks over Point Loma
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"Thanks for being a good neighbor Mr. Sund!  We appreciate all that you do!"
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Christopher Sund commented on Lorraine Hermann's blog post 'Community Voices: Light Pollution from Navy SEALs Complex?'
"Maintenance personnel at the Naval Amphibious Base are in the process of installing a light deflector.  This should significantly reduce the amount of reflected light on nearby residents."
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Michael Griffith commented on Lorraine Hermann's blog post 'Community Voices: Light Pollution from Navy SEALs Complex?'
"Thanks Lorraine.  I hope you get a positive response about the light. I also think there must be a better way to keep folks off of their beach.  The horn is quieter now, but I think the suggestion you make is a good one. Cheers!"
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Coronado Beach. Coronado Shores (we own a condo in El Camino). Ferry Landing. Hotel Del. Orange Avenue. Coronado Library. The bicycle trails around the island. Sunday concerts in the park. The wonderful photo opportunities!
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Community Voices: Light Pollution from Navy SEALs Complex?

Posted on July 8, 2014 at 2:00pm 15 Comments



Our El Camino condo overlooks the Navy SEALs complex. Some months ago a new light was installed on the back of the guard house on Coronado Beach. The light has no shade on the top so the glare is visible to everyone on that side of El Camino and the light is on all night. 

Might it be possible to put a shade over the top of the light so the glare only points downward to the beach and not upward to the sky also? I used to love sitting on our balcony at night, but not…

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Why isn't Coronado a "bike friendly community"?

Posted on July 11, 2012 at 4:30pm 15 Comments

Still no white line (sigh) on Glorietta! Why isn't Coronado a more bike friendly community?

My husband and I are back in Coronado again and, like many others, are riding our bikes from the Shores down to Ferry Landing, having lunch and riding back again. We take the bike path until it ends on Glorietta, ride on Glorietta beside the golf course, and then get on the bike path again that runs on the far side of the golf course and under the Coronado Bridge. Multiple other bike riders are…

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How to ruin the view of Point Loma

Posted on January 16, 2012 at 10:22am 11 Comments

I'm sure everyone in Coronado has walked the boardwalk from the El Camino building to the Hotel Del. There are several nice benches along the boardwalk too where one can sit and enjoy the view of Point Loma and the activities on Coronado Beach. Have you noticed, however, that the city of Coronado has posted HUGE signs directly in front of some of the benches, ruining the view of Point Loma if you choose to sit and relax on one of the benches?  Each bench is typically 5-10 feet or so away…

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Bike path marking needed along Glorietta Blvd between 5th and San Luis Rey

Posted on July 25, 2011 at 3:28pm 6 Comments

Coronado needs more bike paths. Why doesn't the City of Coronado add a white stripe on Glorietta Blvd, from San Luis Rey (where the current bike path ends) to 5th Avenue (where the bike path beside the golf course begins)?

 

We bike from the Coronado Shores along the Bay side, but the bike path ends at San Luis Rey and doesn't start up again until 5th Avenue. Glorietta is very wide all the way along the golf course and…

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At 8:04am on June 4, 2010, Chris Toogood said…
Hi Lorraine... I'm new on here too. See you around the Island. :)
Cheers, Chris

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