I expected the food to be exceptional. What I hadn’t expected was the quiet, except for the airplanes, shady refuge behind the faded pink stucco house located in a crowded residential district in Inglewood. Thats right, 106 Seafood Underground is located in someone’s backyard.
Author: Bob Zwissler
Bob’s Wilderness followed by a Rant
My wilderness is a half-mile long stretch of railroad tracks running between Highway 1 to the west, South Douglas to the east, and just north of Rosecrans Boulevard. It is an unlikely wilderness.
Bamboo, New Beginnings, and Hope for Change
The theme for this post is new beginnings and hope. Hope for a new start, for faith that things can get better. This begins as a shaggy dog story, but will return to the theme in the end. You’ll have to trust me on this.
A Short Cruise in Belize – Days 5, 6, and 7, Cockscomb Basin, Jaguars, Placencia, Monkey River, and Home
This is the last of three part series of posts on our our trip, pre-Covid-19, to Belize. I am so … More
Things for a little weird right now. I am trying to stay upbeat about what’s going on, but the daily … More
Trump will Cull the Herd to Save his Election – By Tuck Frump
I am in awe of the president. He has the best ideas, just ask him. The latest one is to … More
A Short Cruise in Belize – Days 3 and 4, Turneffe Islands, South Water Caye Marine Preserve, Northeast Caye, Laughing Bird Caye
I woke to the sound of waves slapping the hull outside my lower deck porthole, and the constant drone of … More
A Short Cruise in Belize – Days 1 and 2, Getting to the Boat on Time
Paradise in February – Part 1 of a 3 part series on our National Geographic cruise in Belize.
Religion and Politics, Sisters Fight the Good Fight
It was impossible to create a Congressional voting record for the Senate’s work in 2019. While the House passed more than 400 bills, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell chose to bury almost all of this legislation
So Cal Seasons – Santa Anas, Wildfire, and Exploding Wisteria Seed Pods
The fusillade is initiated after a couple of hot, dry, Santa Ana days in late September or early October. Fire … More