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Thursday, May 18, 2017
Unique opportunity to purchase a commercially zoned vacant lot in the destination city of Avalon on beautiful Santa Catalina Island. Commercial property in a prime location is rarely available for lease, let alone offered for sale.
Kelly Nelson Brown Real Estate - KNBRE
Wednesday, May 17, 2017
About a month ago I had written that Karen and I spotted the first flying fish of this year while out for a little moonlight cruise aboard Moby. Since then, we have seen only a few of the flyers until a group of high-fliers booked Catallac for an evening celebration.
Thursday, May 11, 2017
The wildflowers are in bloom! Thanks to 2017s heavy Southern California rains the drought on Catalina Island has come to an end and brought back thousands of wildflowers.
Wednesday, May 10, 2017
Bluewater Avalon is rolling out the special offers for seafood and wine lovers wanting to celebrate National Shrimp Day on May 10 and National Wine Day on March 25. Jumbo Shrimp Cocktail is $6.25 on March 10-11 and first bottles of wine are half-off May 24-25
Tuesday, May 09, 2017
The M Restaurant will be open Mother's Day weekend for dinner on Friday and Saturday, and brunch on Sunday! Dishes made by our favorite women, our moms, inspire our featured menus. We hope you will join us!
Monday, May 08, 2017
At Bluewater Grill Avalon, seafood fans can test their taste buds during a May 9 Salmon Challenge and month-long Inside Passage menu of Oysters, Salmon and Halibut. Once again, Bluewater chefs are going to great lengths for the Bluewater Second Tuesday Tasting Series in May.
Sunday, May 07, 2017
You know that summer is just around the corner when Joe’s rent-a-boat moorings go in, the clubs dinghy dock is installed, the Catalina Island Yacht Club float is in and the Pleasure Pier end float is in!
City of Avalon
Saturday, May 06, 2017
Last week I promised to finish my ‘End of the Beginning’ story. We pick up at that point in the tunnel where I suspected that I could see the light at the end. Seeing the light is one thing, getting out of the tunnel is an entirely different matter.