On vacation with the Peninsula Beacon
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Bev and George McCalla take their Beacon on a Mediterranean cruise. George is shown here in Pisa, Italy.
Bev and George McCalla take their Beacon on a Mediterranean cruise. George is shown here in Pisa, Italy.
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Shaun James and Terri Gorham of the United Kingdom were so impressed by the Beacon during a recent visit with Ocean Beach friends Kevin and Cherie Rod that they grabbed a copy as they hit the road again. The couple had this picture taken of themselves at Cafe Sydney overlooking the famous Sydney Harbour Bridge in Australia.
Shaun James and Terri Gorham of the United Kingdom were so impressed by the Beacon during a recent visit with Ocean Beach friends Kevin and Cherie Rod that they grabbed a copy as they hit the road again. The couple had this picture taken of themselves at Cafe Sydney overlooking the famous Sydney Harbour Bridge in Australia.
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Susie and Wolfgang Baum of Point Loma take their Beacon to Germany near the castle in Solms-Braunfels north of Frankfurt.
Susie and Wolfgang Baum of Point Loma take their Beacon to Germany near the castle in Solms-Braunfels north of Frankfurt.
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A trio of Ocean Beach friends celebrate a 50th birthday for Lisa Mandigo (center), owner of Epic Catering, at the 'Iao State Monument in Maui, Hawaii. Celebrating in style with Mandigo are Staci Kalet (left) and Marilyn Martin.
A trio of Ocean Beach friends celebrate a 50th birthday for Lisa Mandigo (center), owner of Epic Catering, at the 'Iao State Monument in Maui, Hawaii. Celebrating in style with Mandigo are Staci Kalet (left) and Marilyn Martin.
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Roseann Lovine of Outdoor Travel Adventures Point Loma researches the Cook Islands in the South Pacific Ocean with her Peninsula Beacon.
Roseann Lovine of Outdoor Travel Adventures Point Loma researches the Cook Islands in the South Pacific Ocean with her Peninsula Beacon.
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Richard Lenyk takes his Beacon to Molino Viejo (The Old Mill) in San Quintin, Baja California Norte. 200 miles below the border on the Pacific side of Baja. The hotel and restaurant are three miles down a graded dirt road off Mexico 1 and situated on the edge of San Quintin Bay.  This bay is mostly undeveloped and is what San Diego bay most likely looked like 150 years ago.  In the late 1800’s an English company built a wheat mill here but after a couple of years of drought it failed. Some of the equipment and buildings are still around to see.
Richard Lenyk takes his Beacon to Molino Viejo (The Old Mill) in San Quintin, Baja California Norte. 200 miles below the border on the Pacific side of Baja. The hotel and restaurant are three miles down a graded dirt road off Mexico 1 and situated on the edge of San Quintin Bay. This bay is mostly undeveloped and is what San Diego bay most likely looked like 150 years ago. In the late 1800’s an English company built a wheat mill here but after a couple of years of drought it failed. Some of the equipment and buildings are still around to see.
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It’s vacation time! Peninsula Beacon readers are heading out of town and taking their favorite hometown paper with them! Don’t pass up your chance to have your name and face published in The Beacon. Take us with you to whatever corner of the world you may be visiting and share your trip with other readers. Tell us your name and/or the names of your family members in the photo and give us a brief description of where the shot was taken. Email the photo and the information to beacon@sdnews.com. It’s that easy! Photos are published based on space constraints and in the order in which they are submitted.
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