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Two American Indian groups battle over access to Morro Rock

CALIFORNIA – Salinan Indians should not be allowed to climb Morro Rock because it is a sacred site for Chumash Indians, according to a civil suit filed by the Chumash. 99 more words

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Morro Rock

Stretching from Morro Bay to San Luis Obispo, a string of nine volcanic plugs sacred to the Chumash and Salinan indigenous peoples of our area, separates the Los Osos and Chorro Valleys and provides incredible views of green hills and beautiful cloud formations. 297 more words

Morro Bay

The Ocean Awaits

Have you ever wondered about what activities there are to do here in California?

Sure you can go do the trifecta of all boarding (snow, surf and skate)… 83 more words

MORRO BAY'S NEW BRIDGE AND PATH WILL BE A BOON TO CYCLISTS!

Morro Bay in San Luis Obispo County, CA  is a wonderful coastal town to visit for its scenic vistas punctuated by the extinct Morro Rock volcano that guards its picture perfect harbor, it’s fabulous beaches, and its waterfront downtown tourist district. 199 more words

Bicycling

For Bonnie

I commented on a blog I follow this morning, “The Iris and the Lilly” by Bonnie Michelle with a bit of a lament on how cold it was in Pennsylvania.  826 more words

Philosophical

The Rock, the Tide, and Sea Friends on the Bay...

After our sunrise and coffee on the beach, our last scheduled event of the 2015 Morro Bay Bird Festival was a cruise on the bay. You will notice in these photos, as our skipper pointed out, that it was a king tide. 286 more words

Photography

The Rock, the Gulls, and the Sunrise...

Monday morning was our last chance to do the best thing ever. We had nothing scheduled until 9:00 am so at 6:30 we left the motel in search of java and made it down to the sand next to the Rock to watch the sun rise. 105 more words

Photography