(Dub) 9 : Fried Seafood Melon Soda Float
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Dead Dog Saloon843-651-0664Located in Murrels Inlet just south of Myrtle Beach, this casual spot on a waterfront boardwalk dishes up seafood steam pots, fried local catch and meat dishes ranging from wings to BBQ. Come dance to music or watch goats nibble on marsh grasses nearby.
*De Anza elementary school (I was in kindergarten during its last year before it became a housing tract)*Peers Dairy -- watching the cartons come down the assembly line, pop into shape and get filled and sealed -- how cool was that*Buying Cabbage Patch Kids cards at Bergmann's upstairs toy department*\"The Carousel\" at Escondido, where the teachers had afros and the students never had to sit in desks or learn long division...*Catching crawdads and tadpoles in the creeks*Roller skating (with those cool blue and white \"sneaker\" style skates) in people's driveways on my Midtown street*Buying loads of candy and watching movies at the Old Mill Shopping Center*Riding our banana bikes to Rinconada pool (back when the baby pool was round and inexplicably deep in the center, so that if you lost your balance you'd tip in over your head and a friend would have to pull you back to safety)*Mmm, the hamburgers and Jolly Ranchers at the Rinconada snack stand!*The Varsity, Bijou, Fine Arts, Festival and Palo Alto Drive In movie theaters -- gone, but not forgotten. Thank God the Aquarius is still hanging on -- where else could you see movies like Das Boot, Blue Velvet or Liquid Sky in Palo Alto these days*Swimming out to the floating platform in Lake Lagunita on Stanford Campus*Mr. Hugh Senter, wearing his cowboy hat and walking through the halls of Jordan Jr. High (go dolphins!), throwing JRs to every kid he saw...*The \"sheepskin guy\" who lived and wandered around California Ave. (who said homelessness is new to Palo Alto)*KOME and Live105*Late-night French fry runs at the Peninsula Creamery and Lyon's*The Midtown Co-op: You gave them your family's code number at every ring-up and at the end of the month they sent you a share of the store's profits. *Hanging out at T&C at lunch (and during prep periods at Paly): Edie's ice cream parlor, that Chinese place where Peets is now, Douce France when it was a tiny hole-in-the wall, Stickneys, buying \"New Coke,\" Pepsi Clear and Jolt soda, and pirogkes at John's market.*Roxy's -- the teen clothing wing of Roxy Rapp's downtown empire 59ce067264