There was a time, back in '66-'67, when you could walk or drive down State Street to the State Street pier, and just before entering, there was a street that circled around the harbor. To the right of the pier, on that street, was a little seafood stand. I was a steady customer, as the clam chowder was absolutely exquisite. Finally, after so many trips there, I, for whatever unknown reason, raised up on my toes, and checked out that magical pot of clam chowder, just to see what it looked like, there, on the burners. A huge pot. . . . .
A pot that may not have been cleaned in years!
Slightly below the rim, there was a lip of dehydrated clam chowder drippings that must have been an inch or more thick. I ate my cup of clam chowder, enjoyed it immensely, that day, and never returned.
Next time, - - Aisle Vista.
Pages such as this start to get difficult to use as they get longer. What do people think about breaking this into multiple smaller pages...for example, a separate page for all of the winery descriptions? This would also make such contributions easier to find with the search tool. Thoughts?
-- Redondo, 2/9/06
It appears they're back. Many of these wineries aren't in Santa Barbara, they're in the county. I'd think they should be moved up to Santa Barbara County#Drink again.--justfred 14:24, 13 October 2006 (EDT)
I've removed all references to the Santa Barbara Adventure Company due to repeated re-addition of multiple listings, despite pointers being provided to Wikitravel:Don't tout (see Special:Contributions/220.127.116.11). -- Ryan • (talk) • 00:56, 11 September 2010 (EDT)