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2 Responses to “JAIME D’ANGULO Y MAYO”
Such a fascinating read about one great adventurer.
There isn’t that much about Jaime de Angulo on the www, thanks for sharing this article.
I have myself a short “secret story” of Carmel which is set in the XXIst century about meeting with John (one of my fav’ artists) on a 23rd of October (personnal birth date).
A seductive air of mystery permeates the crisp and salty atmosphere of old Carmel through the eyes of writer and artist John Thompson. As he tells the tale of Jaime D’ Angulo, one can not only visualize the colors and textures of the landscape but also smell the ocean and the pines and all of the other miraculous sensations that created the tapestry of the coast of Big Sur, as the players arrived from distant lands to create such an interesting mix of characters who would make Carmel what it is today. But what a heartbreaking story this is- about a magnificent man who lost his young son in such a tragic accident. It reads like material for a good screenplay!