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Santa Barbara, CA

Chumash Rock Paintings

The Native Americans lived in California for centuries, even perhaps millennia. When European explorers made contact, ethnographers believe the number of Native Americans throughout the state reached approximately 500,000. Their tribes were so diverse that ethnographers identified 135 separate Native American languages. These various tribes created petroglyphs (pecked or incised abstract images) and pictographs (fiber brush paintings on […]

Bubble Gum Alley

One Perfect Day in San Luis Obispo

Impact Travel: I recently visited the quaint downtown of San Luis Obispo, which is one of California’s oldest communities. I was happily surprised to spot many delights. Bubble Gum Alley might have been an exception. Yech, as far as I’m concerned, but visitors seem to draw towards this kitchy alley or down a ways to the Madonna […]

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