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Old 01-27-2012, 08:59 AM   #1
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I'm moving to San Pedro, Cali this summer!!!

Well Team Coast Guard finally issued me orders. I transfer this summer and am headed to San Pedro, Cali. I'm super stoked... sunny weather, great temperatures, white sandy beaches, crystal clear blue water... things that can possibly eat me... definitely can't wait! A few questions for you all...

-Where are the best places to live? (My housing allowance is $1500) I don't mind driving, but the base is on the east side of San Pedro.
-Gun laws in California? Have a "home defense" and "tactical..." shotgun
-Any four wheeling (probably already know that answer)
-How's the gas prices?

That's all I can think of right meow. Thanks.

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I don't know where the crystal clear blue water is around here, gun laws suck out loud, and gas prices are some of the highest in the country, but the weather is awesome and the wheeling's great. Don't know about housing in the San Pedro area.

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ha guess when I wrote crystal clear blue water I guess I should of clarified a smidge and said I'm stationed up here in lovely Detroit right now...:lol: Figured gas prices were high as well.

What is the wheeling out there like? Just sand dunes?

In terms of housing, I'm looking in the Seal Beach and Huntington Beach area.
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Wheeling in SOCAL is the best there is... from high up in the mountains where you can wheel in snow to the desert where you have a choice of desert trails, sand, or (my favorite) rock crawling. There is SO much wheeling in SOCAL that it's sometimes hard to decide where to go next.

I lived in Seal Beach for years and LOVED it. I was right on the sand (on Seal Way) most of that time and figured out that Seal Beach is one of the friendliest/nicest towns I have ever been in. Heck I had just moved in and walked down my alley (Seal Way) to the local small corner grocery store (Dolphin Market) to buy beer and hamburger fixin's when I noticed at the check stand I had forgotten my wallet since I was wearing beach trunks. The guys said just pay me when you're next in here. That's a great town for you.

Huntington Beach is ok too but it's a lot bigger and FAR busier with a lot more traffic. Less expensive rentals are available than in SB though. It'd be a longer drive to San Pedro too.
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What is the wheeling out there like? Just sand dunes?
We've got some sand dunes, but also lots of great rock crawling which is what most here seem to prefer. There's also a little mud and snow in places during certain times of the year.
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That's all I can think of right meow.
Holy **** cats can talk!!

Haha jk man.
I hate the auto correction on iphones

Anyways as far as wheeling goes there is just about every option available depending on how far u wanna drive!
From big bear wheeling in the snow in the winter or pefect 75 degree weather in the summer.
To the sand dunes at Glamis.

Gun laws are EXTREMELY rediculous in california.
I reccomend going to some CA wesbites and reading up on whats legal and whats not.
Basically anything other than single shot is illegal. Only 10 round mags are legal. among many other rediculous rules.

Gas is currently at about 3.50 - 3.70$ per gallon
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The less you drive the better so think living closeby is better like long beach or San Pedro hills up by palos Verdes. Also nice area north San Pedro on beach side.

I drive thru San Pedro, docks, long beach everyday. The less your commute the better unless you ride a motorcycle that is.
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I'm sorry... I don't mean to burst your bubble but San Pedro sucks!!! It's like ur not even in a city. I worked there for 3 years at a cell phone retail store and I kid u not.. I had people telling me they "went to the city" for the weekend!!!! The "city" being LA.! Wtf!!?!!

One of my co workers LIVED in San Pedro (which btw the locals refer to just as "Pedro") and he would rather drive 20 mins to a different location just to avoid Pedro people. (no offense)

There's a lot of fishermen/longshoremen there and some weird people (lots of tatted druggies that most likely just got out of jail-looking).

I was actually looking into moving there when I was transferred but noooo way... I swear to u EVERYBODY in Pedro knows EEEVERYBODY!!!

Stay away!!!

If your allowance is $1500 (which is awesome) I'd suggest Torrance (next city over..kinda), Palos Verdes or Redondo Beach (pricy but beautiful).

DO NOT move to Pedro... Trust me lol

(I preferred drive 45 mins to work there than live there) lol

That's just my opinion tho. From what I saw, learned and heard from the locals for 3 years!

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Well Team Coast Guard finally issued me orders. I transfer this summer and am headed to San Pedro, Cali. I'm super stoked... sunny weather, great temperatures, white sandy beaches, crystal clear blue water... things that can possibly eat me... definitely can't wait! A few questions for you all...

-Where are the best places to live? (My housing allowance is $1500) I don't mind driving, but the base is on the east side of San Pedro.
-Gun laws in California? Have a "home defense" and "tactical..." shotgun
-Any four wheeling (probably already know that answer)
-How's the gas prices?

That's all I can think of right meow. Thanks.

Jonny Walker
Well here is a thought! Pedro towards PV is okay PV towards the base bring your shotgun! Gun laws are really weird here and CCW is by county not statewide Wheeling is killer if you start to miss Michigan off road just go north and you will find it SoCal is great Rocks Sand Snow all within reach in a few hours drive and yes trails that will eat your jeep! I live near the Beach in Redondo and 1500 will get you very little here as in studio apartment maybe a one bedroom in South West Redondo because you are a Coasty you are going to be stuck driving into Pedro so Hermosa and Redondo are good choice Torrance is cool to just get ready for some creative driving every day to get to work you will be remind everyday why they are called freeways not express ways out here. BTW no white sand and the water temps will make you miss lake superior lol! That all being said moved here from Michigan 10 years ago and have never looked back and will never live any where but California!
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Remember guys, he said Detroit! So cal will be a paradise!
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Remember guys, he said Detroit! So cal will be a paradise!
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I lived in San Pedro from 2003-2006. I didn't mind it. I have no dreams of returning, but I didn't mind it. I lived in one of the more questionalble areas (corner of 14th and Pacific) and yeah, there were low lifes and deals happening at the check cashing place across the street, but they don't mess with you. Downtown Pedro is like that. If you look at Pedro and want the nicer areas, just stay about two or three blocks West of Gaffey St. Anything East of that is totally hit or miss as far as whether you will be in a "hood" or "neighborhood". My biggest pet peeve about Pedro was that you can't go ANYWHERE without having some homeless person beg you for money. They stand next to every drive through menu, outside of every supermarket, 7-11 and liquor store. I swear the homless problem there is 10 X's that of Venice Beach. Rumors were that the Police in Long Beach would put them in the back of their cars and drop them off in Pedro.

I have lived is many areas of SoCal from South San Diego up to North Los Angeles and one thing I can tell you is that there is no "perfect" place out here. Wack jobs are everywhere. You're going to have to deal with everything from the snobby baditudes of trophy wives and their bored to death, vandalizing demon offspring who get away with anything because of daddy's money to the crap you see on the Discovery Channel's "Gangland".

For traffic reasons, if I were to be working out of Pedro, I would stick to living in Los Angeles South Bay. A commute to / from Hunnington can be as short as 35 minutes up to 1.5 hours each way depending on traffic.
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Jonny........... You have my condolences Bro. Lived in So. Cal 40+ years,
Born & Raised. (don't admit that too often) Left 20+ years ago and never
looked back. Only three things on the + side as far as California goes.
1 From most areas, a two hour drive puts you in a totally different
topographical surrounding. Mountains, Rule, Beach, City, Towns, and
Desert are at your beckon call.
2 The Attractions can boggle the Mind.
3 The PCH, (Pacific Coast Hi way) my favorite. It Runs the Entire Coast
line, From Mexico to Oregon. OUTSTANDING.
Ca. has more Rules / Regulations than any other State I can think of.
Gang Life runs rampant, can't TRUST anyone, and the Truth is unheard
of.
If it ain't chained down, don't expect it to be there when you return to retrieve it.
The water is closer to BROWN than it would ever be Blue, and Stinks
like a cesspool, unless you take a boat ride out to Catalina.
Residents don't know what a Trash Receptacle is.
Smog is terrible, and the discharge from the Refineries will strip the Paint
from your Vehicle.
People in General are snobs and self centered.
Some of the toughest Gun Laws / Restrictions in the Country.
The Government / Politicians in California, are continually in your affairs.

I guess I don't have to tell you, I have a tremendous DISLIKE for
Commifornia ~~~ DO I ?
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Think u should get the point lol STAY AWAY from Pedro lol
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Think u should get the point lol STAY AWAY from Pedro lol
I said san pedro hills and north beach side of it not the interior of San Pedro. I agree that San Pedro is ruff in the belly but towards palos Verdes it's not bad. It'll be cheaper rent than most other beach cities.

I live in palos verdes and highly recommend it out of all the surrounding areas but not sure if your $1500 allowance will cut it. The coastline is incredible here.

I don't recommend living/driving 45 minutes away if you can swing it. Try long beach downtown by convention center and Belmont shore area too. Stay close to beach areas. Redondo beach isn't bad - I lived there a few years.

And pay no mind to the California haters... Haters will hate...
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And pay no mind to the California haters... Haters will hate...

That's my POINT exactly, California is full of um !

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That's my POINT exactly, California is full of um !

You're the only 1 here in a cali forum bashing Cali...?

Hows the haterade tasting...
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San pedro isn't that bad
you can stay in the surrounding cities like carson, harbor city, palos verdes, or wilmington
but i live in wilmington and its not the best city
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Wth?

Some ppl are simply spoiled or love to hate. You are in for the best of times. Cali definitely has it's drawbacks such as a Gov that imposes BS carb rules and it can be a little crowded but you will be greeted by the best bunch of Jeepers around who will be happy to wheel days on end with you. I lived in SoCal for years, first in the Navy and then later. I now live in NorCal and would argue the best wheeling is in SoCal ... I would say a close second as NorCal obviously has the best! Rubicon, Fordyce Creek & Niagra Rim ... pls! Bo'Yah lol.

Though I seriously miss the Anza Borego! Awesome wheeling there... especially when NAS Miramar is doing flight Ops. You don't want to miss that! Big ones... Little ones .. Low flying birds of all kinds while your wheeling! Freakin' Awesome!

OK ... Maybe a tie ... I love both ...
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Like someone previously stated... I'm coming from lovely and I mean lovely Detroit so anything will be better than here...:lol:

Thanx for all the responses. I need to start checking this thread more often...:lol: I think I'm going to have a room mate as well. My co-worker here in my department is being transferred there as well, but there he will go to a different department. Go figure... we work well together and get along pretty well so ya... room mate it is. Plus after looking at places it's either a really small dinky place for low rent and most times in a crappy looking neighborhood or it's get a roommate and be able to afford a house with a garage and back yard.

Gun law wise... I think I'm okie. I just need to make sure it's the required length (mines currently setup for home defense and teh range)

I can't wait for wheeling with the Jeep out there.

Hope to meet and see some of you on the road. When I do get out there, I'll be in the dark blue TJ Rubi with the periscope on the passenger side, lift (hopefully coming soon), and Colorado plates. It sounds like I'm going to be living next to a few of you on here.

Okie, so I think I've narrowed my search down to Redondo Beach, Palos Verdes, Belmont Shores, and Seal Beach. Those are the four areas I'm looking at. Oh and the USCG base I'll be working at is near the inintsectioni of Seaside Fwy and Terminal SR

Hum... what else... Oh I think I'm reporting at the beginning of July and then take some housing leave to rent a place.
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Belmont Shores is a great location too. That's in a very cool/fun part of Long Beach where I was born and raised.
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Hernando beach? Or Redondo beach?
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Well Team Coast Guard finally issued me orders. I transfer this summer and am headed to San Pedro, Cali. I'm super stoked... sunny weather, great temperatures, white sandy beaches, crystal clear blue water... things that can possibly eat me... definitely can't wait! A few questions for you all...

-Where are the best places to live? (My housing allowance is $1500) I don't mind driving, but the base is on the east side of San Pedro.
-Gun laws in California? Have a "home defense" and "tactical..." shotgun
-Any four wheeling (probably already know that answer)
-How's the gas prices?

That's all I can think of right meow. Thanks.

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Hernando beach? Or Redondo beach?
Ooops... was uh just testing you to make sure you were all paying attention...

EDITED my previous post... Redondo Beach.
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CONGRATS on your orders
What the? Where you stationed at? Rate/rank...:lol:
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How's Huntington Beach? I've been told to look there and that a majority of people at the base live in the Seal Beach/Huntington Beach area. It's about 40 minutes away on the PCH and there is a car pool system already in place. Rent wise, it looks "cheap" for a 2 bedroom/2 bathroom house/apartment, townhome. My co-worker and I are doing the room mate thing to 1. save money and 2. get a bigger place.

EDIT: Huntington Beach, Sunset Beach, and Seal Beach areas, but mainly Huntington Beach
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Having lived in both Seal Beach and Huntington Beach, I wouldn't even consider HB if SB was an option. SB will be a little more expensive but it's a MUCH nicer/smaller town with that small beach town feel. Sunset Beach is nice but I think you'd probably be priced out since it is a smaller community with more properties on or very close to the sand. HB packs on the weekends, you can't park anywhere close to the beach, and it's got that big city feel.... because it is a big city.

Check out SB before making a decision. Drive down Main St. and check out the small town feel of the businesses. Lots of fun during the summer and the cops are, for the most part, cool.
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Sweet! Thanx for the advice and info. I'm use to both big and small town kinda feelings. Back in my home town of Golden, Colorado it offers that small town kinda feeling, but still close enough to the big city where as up here in Detroit it is just plain big. I'll be sure to check out Seal Beach though. Is there any area in Seal Beach or Huntington Beach I should stay away from? I've been told I do not want to be near 405, but anywhere else? Ugh I have a love/hate relationship with moving.
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Listen to Jerry, he has decided to adopt wayward coastguardsmen.
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