of the Mustang neighborhood...
images of people and places
connections to the Mira Costa Class of 1960
one. See also page two and page three.)
This is the view of
the ocean and the Palos Verdes Peninsula from Jim McCaverty's new home
on 15th Street in Manhattan Beach. This photo was taken from the
third floor balcony in May, 2004.
Still surfin' after
all these years... Yep, that's Bob Leinau at Tavarua in Fiji, in
a photo taken in June, 1999--about 40 years after he first made surfing
Back home in Waimea,
Bob Leinau appears as "Planta Claus" at a Waimea Arboretum Foundation fund-raiser
plant sale during a Christmas parade. He says the live beard is known
on the mainland as Spanish moss. "It's tasteless but not itchless,"
This is Christie Smith
Goodwin's family, in a photo taken just before the Class of 1960's 40th
reunion. From left: son-in-law Ray with Zane, daughter Terri
with Reece, Lance and Christie, son Rob and daughter-in-law Vicki.
At left, Diane Denholm
Amendola enjoys her grandchildren (from left): Valerie, Calvin and Gregory.
In the photo above, she's with "Polly." When her work permits it,
she enjoys various aspects of the sport of dogs such as "Earthdog," tracking,
agility and obedience.
Anitra Weinstein Ford
(left) and her daughter Erin (above) are shown in photos taken July 9,
1999 at Bergamot Station in Santa Monica. Anitra is a published poet
and her artwork has been exhibited in several Santa Barbara galleries.
Here's Nina Nebe Mentges
enjoying her "favorite summer pastime."
We've seen him at reunions
for years. This is Dave Vogl (husband of Karen Aabel Vogl) in HIS world:
the cockpit of a 747 at 37,000 feet, halfway home from Tokyo.
her daughter Marina and her son Matthew were caught on a windy bluff overlooking
Solana Beach in January, 2000. Both of her kids inherited the "Mediterranean
sun gene," Marianne says.