Cambria high-schoolers Ish Ochoa and Patience Robbins (above from left to right) ride the Cambria Otter Trolley nearly every day. Robbins lives in San Simeon and has no car, so the trolley is her primary means of transportation — at least until service stops after Labor Day.
Cambria high-schoolers Ish Ochoa and Patience Robbins (above from left to right) ride the Cambria Otter Trolley nearly every day. Robbins lives in San Simeon and has no car, so the trolley is her primary means of transportation — at least until service stops after Labor Day. CAMBRIAN PHOTO BY KATHE TANNER
Cambria high-schoolers Ish Ochoa and Patience Robbins (above from left to right) ride the Cambria Otter Trolley nearly every day. Robbins lives in San Simeon and has no car, so the trolley is her primary means of transportation — at least until service stops after Labor Day. CAMBRIAN PHOTO BY KATHE TANNER

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UPDATED July 21, 2010 05:08 PM