• Inside Ed Rickett’s Lab

    Front door Pacific Biological Laboratory (Ed Rickett's Lab)  Her Editorness in f

    Front door Pacific Biological Laboratory (Ed Rickett’s Lab)
    Her Editorness in front for scale.

    Living quarters were upstairs. The work was done downstairs. The garage door in the bottom left had a steep driveway that led under the house, but the only other way to reach the lab was to go through the upstairs portion and out the back door, down the stairs and in. Or swim.

     

    Out the back door, with Monterey Bay in the background Walk down those stairs and enter the lab underneath

    Out the back door, with Monterey Bay in the background Walk down those stairs and enter the lab underneath

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    Rickett’s own personal tide pool

    Some of his bottles and crocks are still in evidence

    Some of his bottles and crocks are still in evidence

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    This is where his amazing cataloging was done

     

    posted to Cedar Street Times on April 28, 2015

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