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  • proper n. A game played on an hexagonal board where the goal is to "push" the opponent's pieces off the board.


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  • After deciding upon Benjamin Moore's "Abalone" and completing one half of the room a few weeks ago, we rolled up our sleeves and finished the room this weekend ...

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  • We eagerly poured the remainder into a pair of plastic cups, took a sip, and.... well, my friend put it best when she called it "Ass Of The Ocean" Turns out it was, no joke, Hinon Abalone & Sea Cucumber Liquor.

    Tony Sachs: I Came, I Saw, I Got Blasted: The Ultimate Wine, Spirits & Cocktail Blast Event Recap

  • The Abalone Eaters, in two rigs and on a number of horses, descended in force on Bierce's Cove.


  • "And now, children, bless you, you are now members of the clan of Abalone Eaters, and I solemnly enjoin you, never, no matter what the circumstances, pound abalone meat without chanting the sacred words I have revealed unto you."


  • Gridironer, the most fearsome, and, next to me, the most exalted, of all the Abalone Eaters?


  • Whelks, Conchesand Abalone are also classified as gastropods.

    Slugs and Snails

  • So instead I went to Abalone Cove, which is the site of most excellent tidepools.


  • You get to the area by parking in the large Abalone Cove Shoreline Park parking lot, which does cost $5.


  • Abalone Cove is one of the beaches on the Palos Verdes Peninsula.


  • I also missed the nude sunbathers - those are supposed be located at Smugglers Cove, south of Abalone Cove.



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