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California's Gold: Point Sur Lighthouse
Tue, Feb 19th from 7:30PM
From 1889 until 1974, families lived and worked in the buildings atop Pt. Sur. The families are gone but the unique stone lighthouse still guides ships with its light. Many ships perished on the rocks off Pt. Sur, but the most famous "ship" was the USS Macon, a helium filled navy dirigible that crashed and sank in 1,450 feet of water killing all but 2 on board. The stories go on and on and if the lighthouse could talk it would fill volumes. In his usual style, Huell goes up, over, in, under and all around this spectacular example of California's Gold.

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