Cambrian: Opinion

October 28, 2013 4:58 PM

A tale of two forests: One a fraction of its former size, the other expanding

“Cambria Pines by the Sea,” “Where Pines Meet the Sea” and “Pines Touch the Sea.” That’s how our community was marketed beginning in the 1920s. Not as the logging, whaling, mining, dairying settlement it had been, but as a collection of vacation homes on tiny lots in an ancient forest by the ocean.

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