standard SBP Ocean Cargo Index for May 27, 2013

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The SBP Ocean Cargo Index for May 27th 2013 is 4 (four). This is the number of cargo ships I could see from the Seal Beach Pier that were in the LA/Long Beach port or waiting to go in.

Today is Monday (Memorial Day), so my wife Linda joined me on my walk. There wasn’t a cloud in the sky when be began, but by the time our walk was over the high clouds covered the entire sky.

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Eisenhower park is on the bluff adjacent to the pier. It has several grassy areas. Sometimes craft fairs or other events are held in the park. I’ve also seen a few weddings take place under the big tree.

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SBP stands for Seal Beach Pier, which is in Seal Beach California. The SBP Ocean Cargo Index is a count of all the cargo ships I can see during my morning walk. The more ships I see, the better the U.S. Economy is doing (at least that’s my story). My walks don’t happen every day and I don’t always have time to write an article, so the SBP Ocean Cargo Index will only appear from time to time.

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