January 1992 – Kaliki Arrives.
Paul owned a surf shop on the coast highway. It was your typical little shack of a store, something you would expect to see in 50’s and 60’s movies about the beach. Not much in the way of parking, seeing as it was facing the scenic route 101, but the majority of its customers came and went on foot.
The weathered building, with its whitewash, and various nets, broken surfboards, a lantern, rudder, buoys, and other assorted nautical items were attached to the walls around the main front window, where all of the surf and skate stickers were applied. Opened daily at 8 am, closing whenever whoever was closing, closed.