they should start with paving the ocean ave road its like driving through a minefield, i've always wondered what the surf is like in asbury and that's all i've ever done, its probably safer to park by 8th ave and just walk down the beach next to the water with syringe protecting booties and a knife at least thats the vibe i get when ive driven through there. . .asbury used to be really nice until the riots and the deinstintutionalizing of the mentally ill right? there must be an interesting history
They have...when is the last time you were there? BTW - Most of Asbury is like driving through a mine field. I busted off 2 oil pans and broke a oil pump. Damn roads!!!!
Last edited by Aguaholic; Aug 7, 2008 at 03:12 PM.
This guy actually made me sign up! I have lived in AP for the last 4 years. I love it! It has come a long way from the 80’s. I lived here then and that was when it was complete trash. Its got a few more years but it will completely turn… its to far along not to now. As for his friend getting mugged… BS! No criminal would highjack a car and tell the driver to take them to the boardwalk… you know, the place where there are 40 cops per 5 people… come on. I hope I see you on Monkle Beach!
Oh… 8th ave (Monkle Beach) goes off when its good. But it breaks from Loch Arbor to 1st ave when its good. Just gotta be after 5 or after summer. Life Guards suck if their not hot or saving your life!
As far as Asbury goes..the whole esperanza thing and the condo' along the north east end of cookman... Is anyone buying those things? I just don't see it working...who want to pay all that money for a condo yet be holed up in it. Living in your own million dollar prison . Until all those low rent slums along ocean ave are cleaned out/demolished...the developer will wishing he never got started. The key is to buy at the right time...just when developers lower prices to cut loses and when the neighborhood starts to look brighter. Seriously...though demographically...it's an sh!t-hole.
As far as the waves.....i've seen it firing and not too crowded.