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Fishman81
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Posted - 03/28/2009 :  03:24:51 AM  Show Profile  Send Fishman81 a Yahoo! Message  Reply with Quote
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Originally posted by creatively41

Having spent time at both (my uncle lives in Long Beach and I escape to Lighthouse beach often enough) - I hands down prefer Gunnison - and you should too. The problem with the lighthouse beach is there are a lot of clothed people walking back and forth between the beaches, and it is a very narrow beach. On the other hand, Gunnison is a very wide beach, but the length is not nearly as long as lighthouse beach. Gunnison also has lifeguards and rangers on duty to preserve order, whereas there is very little oversight of what goes on on Lighthouse beach. I witnessed a couple having sex not 100' from me there. Also they sell beer on the beach at Gunnison - isn't that enough by itself? The drive might be almost two hours between the two in traffic, but is probably less though I haven't ever driven between the two. I drive up from central MD and it takes me over 3 hours, sometimes 4. Well worth it. The parking is also A LOT closer.


Gunnison is in fact nearly 2 miles long,but most of it is officially closed to humans while the piping plovers are trying to keep their species extant.(Saw them having sex on the beach once.)Later in the season-around the middle of July-the barriers come down,and there is a whole bunch of empty beach to use.



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widowerman
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Posted - 03/28/2009 :  07:31:56 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Fishman81

quote:
Originally posted by creatively41

Having spent time at both (my uncle lives in Long Beach and I escape to Lighthouse beach often enough) - I hands down prefer Gunnison - and you should too. The problem with the lighthouse beach is there are a lot of clothed people walking back and forth between the beaches, and it is a very narrow beach. On the other hand, Gunnison is a very wide beach, but the length is not nearly as long as lighthouse beach. Gunnison also has lifeguards and rangers on duty to preserve order, whereas there is very little oversight of what goes on on Lighthouse beach. I witnessed a couple having sex not 100' from me there. Also they sell beer on the beach at Gunnison - isn't that enough by itself? The drive might be almost two hours between the two in traffic, but is probably less though I haven't ever driven between the two. I drive up from central MD and it takes me over 3 hours, sometimes 4. Well worth it. The parking is also A LOT closer.


Gunnison is in fact nearly 2 miles long,but most of it is officially closed to humans while the piping plovers are trying to keep their species extant.(Saw them having sex on the beach once.)Later in the season-around the middle of July-the barriers come down,and there is a whole bunch of empty beach to use.



I hate them lil' birds. Last summer they were "nesting" almost until late August. When the tide is high you end up trapped in that tiny patch of beach. In fact I think "the man" made the beach smaller last year to get rid of the intrusive species of Homo sapiens nudististcus. Those nudististcus pop up anywhere that there is a patch of open ground and sun.



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leesa123
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Posted - 03/28/2009 :  07:53:29 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Gosh, in the four years of going there, we have never seen anyone selling pizza. As far as the snack bar, we usually bring a few snacks. Just small stuff. So, I've never checked it out.




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widowerman
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Gosh, in the four years of going there, we have never seen anyone selling pizza. As far as the snack bar, we usually bring a few snacks. Just small stuff. So, I've never checked it out.





My friend who is always on the beach tells me that there is some guy who makes pizzas and brings them to the beach. My friend says that he has given her a few pies, but as of yet I have no idea who this guy is! I'll try to get more info from her on just where this guy is.




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leesa123
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Posted - 03/28/2009 :  08:08:20 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Thanks Buddy
quote:
Originally posted by widowerman

quote:
Originally posted by leesa123

Gosh, in the four years of going there, we have never seen anyone selling pizza. As far as the snack bar, we usually bring a few snacks. Just small stuff. So, I've never checked it out.





My friend who is always on the beach tells me that there is some guy who makes pizzas and brings them to the beach. My friend says that he has given her a few pies, but as of yet I have no idea who this guy is! I'll try to get more info from her on just where this guy is.






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Posted - 03/28/2009 :  08:27:02 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
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The snack bar sells beer right on the beach.


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Wonder how much they want for beer as far as that goes how much for pizza

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leesa123
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I just want real pizza, not any of the stand stuff.


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Celticbhoy
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It’s a nude beach!
People have eyes and like everyone’s been saying, ABOUT 99% of them folks got a CELL PHONE WITH A CAMERA! And don’t forget all those planes that fly by. Do you want to have everyone check their cell phone at the door and use a SAM to blow them planes out of the sky?

2 years ago we had this same exchange. A few folks think that we all are entitled to privacy. You can have all the privacy you want behind a curtain in a sound proof cubicle.

I said it before and I will repeat myself, if you as a guy can make Charles Atlas look like a wimp and your lady looks as if she fell from the heavens themselves, then your fears are well warranted. If you can not fit those impossible forms then you ain’t got nutting that nobody ain’t never seen before. Get over yourselves.

Are there people who leer? Yep, there are. They have eyes.
Are there people who photograph young children? Yep, there are. Cameras are everywhere.

In this country, and come to think of it, in many parts of the world, almost anyone can have “those” kind of thoughts. As of yet, we do not have thought control police. What we do have is common sense. And a few choice nasty laws to put the fear of government into anyone who puts thought into potential action. Could you end up on some “web site of dubious nature”? Sure, just ask them poor celebs. Do you have any recourse? Nope, and neither do the rich and famous.

Hey, it’s a free country, and so are a lot more places around the world. Get use to it.




Well, I can't argue with you at all. You're 100% correct. I've discussed it with her, and we're willing to take the risks and go and enjoy ourselves!

I never meant to come off as stand-offish or this uber badass. Like you said, a few folks think they're entitled to privacy, others disagree.

Anyway, enjoy yourselves and looking forward to enjoying the beaches!



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widowerman
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Posted - 03/28/2009 :  12:12:41 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
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Originally posted by leesa123

I just want real pizza, not any of the stand stuff.



Well, we could build a brick oven on the beach. Start a real charcoal fire, let it burn for about a day or so, make some real thin crust pizzas and maybe, just maybe they’ll be like the ones I use to eat way back in the 60’s in Newark NJ.
Dickie Dees to be exact, or a Ting A Ling’s pizza right on Bloomfield Ave right by Branch Brook Park!

Let’s face it, the best pizzas are thin crust ones baked in a real brick charcoal fired oven that is about 900 degrees for about 5 minutes. Hmmmmm….GOOD!

Damn, I almost miss the good old days…except there would be no computers, no cell phones, no iPods! Yeecccch! Forget it, I’ll take the go old 21st century any day. I’ll sacrifice a pizza any day for the technology we have today and tomorrow.



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leesa123
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Posted - 03/28/2009 :  6:01:57 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Fabulous idea!

Some fresh garlic?

Celticboy can carry in the bricks.

So who will be the pizza baker in the hot summer sun?
(I'll bake if someone will wipe my forehead.)

Fishman can bring the beer and ice.

quote:
Originally posted by widowerman

quote:
Originally posted by leesa123

I just want real pizza, not any of the stand stuff.



Well, we could build a brick oven on the beach. Start a real charcoal fire, let it burn for about a day or so, make some real thin crust pizzas and maybe, just maybe they’ll be like the ones I use to eat way back in the 60’s in Newark NJ.
Dickie Dees to be exact, or a Ting A Ling’s pizza right on Bloomfield Ave right by Branch Brook Park!

Let’s face it, the best pizzas are thin crust ones baked in a real brick charcoal fired oven that is about 900 degrees for about 5 minutes. Hmmmmm….GOOD!

Damn, I almost miss the good old days…except there would be no computers, no cell phones, no iPods! Yeecccch! Forget it, I’ll take the go old 21st century any day. I’ll sacrifice a pizza any day for the technology we have today and tomorrow.





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widowerman
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Posted - 03/28/2009 :  8:48:10 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
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Originally posted by leesa123

Fabulous idea!

Some fresh garlic?

Celticboy can carry in the bricks.

So who will be the pizza baker in the hot summer sun?
(I'll bake if someone will wipe my forehead.)

Fishman can bring the beer and ice.

quote:
Originally posted by widowerman

quote:
Originally posted by leesa123

I just want real pizza, not any of the stand stuff.



Well, we could build a brick oven on the beach. Start a real charcoal fire, let it burn for about a day or so, make some real thin crust pizzas and maybe, just maybe they’ll be like the ones I use to eat way back in the 60’s in Newark NJ.
Dickie Dees to be exact, or a Ting A Ling’s pizza right on Bloomfield Ave right by Branch Brook Park!

Let’s face it, the best pizzas are thin crust ones baked in a real brick charcoal fired oven that is about 900 degrees for about 5 minutes. Hmmmmm….GOOD!

Damn, I almost miss the good old days…except there would be no computers, no cell phones, no iPods! Yeecccch! Forget it, I’ll take the go old 21st century any day. I’ll sacrifice a pizza any day for the technology we have today and tomorrow.






Absolutely FRESH GARLIC! How else would a child of Italians cook?
There, you forced my hand…I am of Italian descent but I consider myself 100% American! I know of no other land…

As for a pizza, anyone can cook it! It’s just cooking and all are equal in that respect. My wife could cook a broccoli Rabe Italian style better than my mother who was born in Italy could ever. My wife was of Polish descent but knew good food! Too bad she is no longer with me…so sad.



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widowerman
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Posted - 03/28/2009 :  8:49:53 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
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Originally posted by leesa123

Fabulous idea!

Some fresh garlic?

Celticboy can carry in the bricks.

So who will be the pizza baker in the hot summer sun?
(I'll bake if someone will wipe my forehead.)

Fishman can bring the beer and ice.

quote:
Originally posted by widowerman

quote:
Originally posted by leesa123

I just want real pizza, not any of the stand stuff.



Well, we could build a brick oven on the beach. Start a real charcoal fire, let it burn for about a day or so, make some real thin crust pizzas and maybe, just maybe they’ll be like the ones I use to eat way back in the 60’s in Newark NJ.
Dickie Dees to be exact, or a Ting A Ling’s pizza right on Bloomfield Ave right by Branch Brook Park!

Let’s face it, the best pizzas are thin crust ones baked in a real brick charcoal fired oven that is about 900 degrees for about 5 minutes. Hmmmmm….GOOD!

Damn, I almost miss the good old days…except there would be no computers, no cell phones, no iPods! Yeecccch! Forget it, I’ll take the go old 21st century any day. I’ll sacrifice a pizza any day for the technology we have today and tomorrow.






Absolutely FRESH GARLIC! How else would a child of Italians cook?
There, you forced my hand…I am of Italian descent but I consider myself 100% American! I know of no other land…

As for a pizza, anyone can cook it! It’s just cooking and all are equal in that respect. My wife could cook a broccoli Rabe Italian style better than my mother who was born in Italy could ever. My wife was of Polish descent but knew good food! Too bad she is no longer with me…so sad.



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BARENJGUY33
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Posted - 03/28/2009 :  9:10:56 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Put me down for pizza. I could eat that every day, three times a day. As for the cooking part, I do enough to avoid cooking myself on those hot days at Gunnison. Of course, the one negative to all this is if we have a windy day. Not sure what pizza with sand particles on it will taste like, but we will need plenty of beer that day to wash it down. BTW, I'll bring a case or two, and prefer Bud Lite. lol


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leesa123
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Posted - 03/29/2009 :  08:02:16 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
www.spaghettisauceandmeatballs.com/pesetas.html

This is for you widowerman. Even if you don't cook, you have to check this guy's recipes out. He's soooo funny.

High 58 and sunny.. In Atlantic Highlands, Tuesday.

Keep dancing.



Edited by - leesa123 on 03/29/2009 08:08:33 AM

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PABiker
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Posted - 03/29/2009 :  11:07:46 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Never considered pizza on the beach but always have sandwiches in the cooler. As far as beer goes, I had a few in my cooler one day last year and a couple sitting nearby said it was $6 a can at the snack bar. Carrying a cooler is a definite must.

58 and sunny, huh? Not ideal, but might be worth a drive out. Our club doesn't open until mid May and I'm on a temporary layoff from work. Not much yard work to do yet here. Hmm.........



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