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Location: Huntington Central Park, 7111 Talbert Avenue , Huntington Beach, California.
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What do Kelly Slater and Rick “Rockin’ Fig” Fignetti have in common?
Both surfers seem to be getting better with age.
Fig, as he’s known is the surf world, has been chasing after an NSSA Championship title for decades, and finally this week the 55-year-old was able to claim victory with not one, but two big National titles at the competition on the south side of the Huntington Beach Pier 주찬양 다운로드.
Fig is a well-known figure around the community and the voice of surfing, his unique and quirky voice recognizable from blaring through speakers at the U.S 리프그린. Open or from his 20-year stint as the surf reporter on KROQ. He was inducted two years ago in the Surfing Walk of Fame as the “Local Hero,” and has one of the original surf shops in town 다운로드.
But in the water, Fig is also a fierce competitor. He competed in the first NSSA National Championships in 1978, making the final 35 years ago 다운로드. He got fourth, but that result gave him something to strive for.
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Whenever the subject turns to hanging out at the Huntington Beach Pier in the ’50s and ’60s, somebody always mentions “strips.” I mentioned them right here not long ago myself 다운로드.
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Before the Sugar Shack, there was Poor Richards around the corner on Pacific Coast Highway…
Keep reading – If not for surfing, it might be called Scarf City
As of January 2011, that list includes 16 bird, 1 reptile, and 5 plant species. The full list below doesn’t include the 200+ other birds that call the wetlands home, but it does give you a sense of how important this place is 영웅문 다운로드.
- Peregrine – (Falco peregrinus anatum) – recently delisted
- White tailed kite – (Elanus leucurus) – California Fully Protected
- Loggerhead Shrike – (Lanius ludovicianus) – California Species of Special Concern
- California Gnatcatcher – (Polioptila californica californica) – Federal Threatened
- Burrowing Owl – (Athene cunicularia) – California Species of Special Concern
- Cooper’s Hawk – (Accipiter cooperii) – California Watch List
- Merlin – (Falco columbarius) – California Watch List
- Northern Harrier – (Circus cyaneus) – California Species of Special Concern
- Osprey – (Pandion haliaetus) – California Watch List
- Sharp-shinned Hawk – (Accipiter striatus) – California Watch List
- Northern Cardinal – (Cardinalis cardinalis) – California Watch List
- Olive-sided Flycatcher – (Contopus cooperi) – California Species of Special Concern, USFWS Birds of Conservation Concern
- Tricolored Blackbird – (Agelaius tricolor) – California Species of Special Concern, USFWS Birds of Conservation Concern
- Yellow-headed Blackbird – (Xanthocephalus xanthocephalus) – California Species of Special Concern
- Yellow Warbler – (Dendroica petechia brewsteri) – California Species of Special Concern
- Yellow-breasted Chat – (Icteria virens) – California Species of Special Concern
- Silvery Legless Lizard – (Anniella pulchra pulchra) – California Species of Special Concern
- Southern tarplant – (Centromadia parryi ssp 다운로드. Australis) – CNPS 1B.1
- Southwestern spiny rush – (Juncus acutus ssp. Leopoldii) – CNPS 4.2
- California box thorn – (Lycium californicum) – CNPS 4.2
- Coast Woolly Heads – (Nemacaulis denudata var 다운로드. denudata) – CNPS 1B.2
- Woolly sea-blite – (Suaeda taxifolia) – CNPS 4.2
// Information provided from the California Department of Fish and Game – Lower Mesa Restoration Project
“March 11, 1919 put Orange County in the black in more ways than one 다운로드. On that day Fullerton area citrus grower Charles C. Chapman watched as his gusher came in. Thousands of gallons of crude oil flew into the sky at Chapman No 다운로드. 1, his Placentia-Ritchfield District well leased to the Union Oil Co. This well began producing 8,000 barrels of oil a day and quickly became the most productive single well in California 다운로드.
Representatives of Rockefeller family-controlled Standard Oil were impressed, too, and scouted the surrounding countryside. Standard quickly leased the Samuel Kraemer property across the street and drilled six wells including the deepest “Kraemer Zone” well 레미제라블 ost. All were productive in 1919.
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Standard Oil was quick to exploit the newfound oil potential of Orange County and quickly leased 500 acres in the northwestern of Huntington Beach 다운로드. By 1920, the first well, A-1, was bringing in 91 barrels a day. The town’s sleepy population of about 2,400 in the late teens nearly quadrupled by 1922, changing forever the face of the coast as derrick forests spread to the beach.”
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“A third strike in 1933 had world wide impact because of the new techniques it demonstrated 4k 뮤직 비디오 다운로드. Up until that time, drilling had been on he near-vertical, directly over an oil pool, With the invention of controlled directional drilling, first used successfully here to tap the tide land pools, a well could be drilled on a slant, in any desired direction 다운로드. Within a year, 90 wells were producing from tall rigs along the coastline.
These bobbing pumps remained the symbol of coastal Huntington Beach for many years and were frequently used as background for movies, including “Giant.” Now, most are gone or masked by plantings 세븐틴 어쩌나 다운로드.
A final oil strike came in 1953.”
– From a Brief History of HB, by Barbara Milkovich, 1986
“Cal Nagel says, “It may have been ‘a stinkin oil town’ to the outsiders, but for the natives it was a comfortable small town of about 5,000 people. Before, we knew each other; now, the bigger the city has become, the more isolated everyone is.”
In 1970 Huntington Beach was the fastest growing city in the U.S. and the largest city in land area in Orange County. Today (1976) Huntington Beach has a population of over 150,000 in its 25 square mile area. It now has over 30 elementary schools, four high schools, and Golden West College.
Two recently completed projects are the new civic center and library, and a partially completed 400 acre Central park. The expenditures for these projects are subjects of debate.”
– From the 1976 Discoveries magazine.
Jan 28, 1940 by former LA Times staff photographer Ted Hurley
1960s full-color pier shot by StockTeam
Oil Pie Chart from the 1981 HB City report on Oil Operations
1976 offshore rig from a fully-scanned article in the 1976 Discoveries magazine
Modern day offshore rig by Neil Armstrong2
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