Monthly Archives: January 2018
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John Bailey Lloyd was a historian who documented much of Long Beach Island’s early history. I had the pleasure of listening to one of his presentations at the Spray Beach Yacht Club. He was a fascinating speaker and had a genuine love for the history of LBI.
Mr. Lloyd passed away a few years ago. However, he left a legacy of books that provide a look into the past.
A neighbor sent some video and photos of a water main break on 17th Street in North Beach Haven.
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The Oyster Creek plant is back to normal after reducing power due to an ‘unusual event’. This was due to unusually low tides.
Apparently unusually low tides caused concern about the availability of coolant water. Power was reduced as a precaution Continue reading
This picture is at the end of 17th Street in North Beach Haven. I took it but I don’t remember the exact year. Judging from the houses in the background it was probably in the 1990’s.
The bay had frozen over pretty hard. My Dad and I were slightly crazy walking on the ice. Where we are standing is normally about 4-5′ deep. Continue reading
A neighbor sent a few photos of my Mom’s house in North Beach Haven. He said the snow is really drifting. The Boulevard will be clear and then you come to a 5′ drift. The next thing to worry about will be the insanely low temperatures from Friday to Sunday. Continue reading