|The most beautiful beach you'll never see|
After the recent court ruling, , it is certainly possible that the public will never again be allowed to visit Martin's Beach. It would be hard to argue that this is not one of the most unique and interesting areas on the California coast. Disregard the aging structures and dilapidated facilities (at least they were before it closed a few years ago), the beach itself is world class. Even among our most beautiful Coastside beaches it stands out. And this is certainly why Vinod Khosla bought it. It is hard to dismiss it as a black and white property rights issue. No one would care, of course, if the road led to a barren field or even 'just another beach.' But Martin's Beach is neither. Should the public access through private property be altered because of what's on the other side?