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  • What is the #BishopMelon in SLO?

    A rock near the Bishop Peak trailhead on Highland Drive in San Luis Obispo was once again painted to look like a watermelon slice. The rock sparked a public debate when it was vandalized and cleaned in November. Hikers noticed the fresh paint job on Monday, December 25, 2017. The city has since returned it to its natural state.

A rock near the Bishop Peak trailhead on Highland Drive in San Luis Obispo was once again painted to look like a watermelon slice. The rock sparked a public debate when it was vandalized and cleaned in November. Hikers noticed the fresh paint job on Monday, December 25, 2017. The city has since returned it to its natural state. Joe Johnston The Tribune
A rock near the Bishop Peak trailhead on Highland Drive in San Luis Obispo was once again painted to look like a watermelon slice. The rock sparked a public debate when it was vandalized and cleaned in November. Hikers noticed the fresh paint job on Monday, December 25, 2017. The city has since returned it to its natural state. Joe Johnston The Tribune

After a brief return, the #BishopMelon is gone again

January 02, 2018 05:20 PM