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It's Time to Get to Monterey: Images of the Central Coast By Sarah Ganzhorn
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A small collection of color photographs from the area where I grew up--Monterey Bay, California.
It's Time to Get to Monterey: Images of the Central Coast By Sarah Ganzhorn
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A small collection of color photographs from the area where I grew up--Monterey Bay, California.
55 Word Brain Farts: The Central Coast By Gary Canant
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An unorthodox travel guide to the wonders (and wonders?) of the beautiful California Central Coast. The inspiration for 55 word stories comes from a 55 word fiction contest run yearly by a local... More > newspaper that is designed to sharpen writing skills. The 55 word limit is a discipline that keeps the stories crisp, concise and fun to read.< Less
55 Word Brain Farts: The Central Coast PDF By Gary Canant
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An unorthodox travel guide to the wonders (and wonders?) of the beautiful California Central Coast. The inspiration for 55 word stories comes from a 55 word fiction contest run yearly by a local... More > newspaper that is designed to sharpen writing skills. The 55 word limit is a discipline that keeps the stories crisp, concise and fun to read< Less
Scenic Slow Coast 2017 Wall Calendar By Flora/Fauna Art
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Nature inspired art & design studio Flora/ Fauna based out of Bonny Doon, CA offers home decor and gifts items depicting the indigenous charm of the Santa Cruz Mtns. Our 2017 calendar offers up... More > 12 months of scenic views from the slow coast of central California. Winding along the bluff lined coast up through the foothills of the Santa Cruz Mountain range lies 50 miles of pristine farm and conservation land nick named the Slow Coast. This unspoiled expanse of coastal lands is home to organic farms and dairies, protected forests and beaches, and a variety of artists and artisans whose focus and practice is rooted in the celebration and sustainability of this rare natural wonder.< Less
The Spirit of Cambria: Gateway to the Big Sur Coast By Steve Brody, Bill La Brie
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The spirit of Cambria, a jewel along the central coast of California and the gateway to the Big Sur coast, is captured in photographic images and poems by writer/psychologist Dr. Steve Brody and... More > Visions of Nature photographer Bill La Brie.< Less
The Spirit of Cambria: Gateway to the Big Sur Coast By Steve Brody, Bill La Brie
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The spirit of Cambria, a jewel along the central coast of California and the gateway to the Big Sur coast, is captured in photographic images and poems by writer/psychologist Dr. Steve Brody and... More > Visions of Nature photographer Bill La Brie.< Less
The Pacific Coast Railway Comes to Arroyo Grande and Los Alamos By Charlie H. Johnson, Jr.
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This book tells the story of the pioneering narrow-gauge railroad on California's Central Coast. Growing from a two-thousand foot freight line running from the nearest wagon road to the Port San Luis... More > pier in the early 1970s, eventually the Pacific Coast Railway extended northwards to the city of San Luis Obispo and southwards through Low Alamos to Los Olivos, in the Santa Yanez Valley, by the mid-1880s. This book tells its story through the unique newspaper and photo records of the BENNETT-LOOMIS ARCHIVES in Arroyo Grande, CA. Originally published as two books--one for the centennial of the arrival of the Pacific Coast Railway into Arroyo Grande in 1881 and one for the centennial of its arrival in Los Alamos in 1882--this publication combines both into a single volume. In addition to the narrative of the construction and operation of the railway line, the text also includes anecdotes about "P.C. Railway Humor" and "Wrecks and Mishaps."< Less
The Pacific Coast Railway Comes to Arroyo Grande and Los Alamos By Charlie H. Johnson, Jr.
eBook (PDF): $5.00
This book tells the story of the pioneering narrow-gauge railroad on California's Central Coast. Growing from a two-thousand foot freight line running from the nearest wagon road to the Port San Luis... More > pier in the early 1970s, eventually the Pacific Coast Railway extended northwards to the city of San Luis Obispo and southwards through Low Alamos to Los Olivos, in the Santa Yanez Valley, by the mid-1880s. This book tells its story through the unique newspaper and photo records of the BENNETT-LOOMIS ARCHIVES in Arroyo Grande, CA. Originally published as two books--one for the centennial of the arrival of the Pacific Coast Railway into Arroyo Grande in 1881 and one for the centennial of its arrival in Los Alamos in 1882--this publication combines both into a single volume. In addition to the narrative of the construction and operation of the railway line, the text also includes anecdotes about "P.C. Railway Humor" and "Wrecks and Mishaps."< Less
America's Lost Highway - California's U.S. Highway 40 By Lyn Wilkerson
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U.S. Highway 40, and now Interstate 80 which replaced it, is the most traveled artery between the Eastern United States and central California. The highway hurdles the sheer, rocky wall of the Sierra... More > Nevada into the valley that stretches to the Golden Gate. From the Great American Basin, it climbs to the granite heights of Donner Pass, traverses the boulder-piled Yuba River bottoms, coasts toboggan-like through forests and along river gorges offering hazy vistas of mountain ranges. It passes the half-ruined mining camps of the gold country and the titanic upheavals of the hydraulic workings. In the western foothills, where orchards appear in forest clearings, it wriggles between rolling evergreen knolls, then strikes across the great Sacramento Valley, and crosses the low Coast Range to San Francisco.< Less