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Half Moon Inn and San Diego Bay; next page Half Moon Inn porte-cochere, photos by Sandé Lollis


featured on sway-back roofs, projecting out over porte-cocheres, with plain or highly decorative corbelled wood pole or squared ridge beams or rafters. Sometimes the latter ended in decorative canoe-bow finials or extended like outriggers all the way to the ground into brick or rock planters. Close up features included exterior wood plank siding, natural stone, especially lava rock, and earth-colored concrete bricks.


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