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Exploring the Central Coast

September 27, 2009

Donna Wares' story "Central Coast Beachcombing" [Sept. 13] did a splendid job. By the way, Shell Beach is just another secret spot "in" Pismo Beach 93449. Wonderful reporting that brought back happy memories.

Raymond Holm

Westlake Village

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Regarding Donna Wares' story: It is nearly impossible to walk on the rocks in a tide pool without stepping on anemones and other inhabitants, and very few, especially children, can resist plucking these creatures from their rocky homes. Why publish a picture encouraging such damaging behavior?

Sue Hutson

Reseda

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I just read "Central Coast Beachcombing" and enjoyed it. I was there recently but didn't know about the Dungeness crab enchiladas in Morro Bay, so I'll have to head back! Donna Wares' writing is terrific. Please publish more articles by her.

Donna Cohen

Simi Valley

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Maybe it is not too late for Wares to treat her family to these places in San Luis Obispo and Morro Bay. Just off the freeway at 560 Avila Beach Drive is Avila Valley Barn. It is like Knott's Berry Farm 50 years ago -- one stop for produce, bakery, ice cream, farm animal viewing, roasted corn (Saturdays), pick-your-own berries and pumpkins. And, in Morro Bay, she missed the seafood quesadillas at Tognazzini's Dockside Restaurant near the Coast Guard station. She can overdose on the meatloaf sandwich (with caramelized onions) or "The Rock" at the Blue Skye Deli Cafe. Then, check out the Museum of Natural History (across from the state park) for its weekly events, hikes, lectures and special scenery.

Julie Kirby

Glendale

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