If, as Ronald Reagan declared, the noble tradition of a neighbor helping a neighbor is an American’s greatest strength, here in California — especially the Cambria backcountry — we are among the strongest.
Wildflowers have been rejuvenated and the bright green of new plants sprouting through the golds and browns of the dry summer by the recent rains at Fiscalini Ranch Preserve, writes executive director Joe Ellen Butler.
The big, blubbery elephant seal bulls have started arriving at Piedras Blancas since late November. Their deep trumpeting will echo across the beach, writes Cambrian elephant seal columnist Christine Heinrichs.
Letters to the editor for The Cambrian for Nov. 29, 2018, include a thank you to Cambria from Cambria Connection, a recollection of a memorable jazz show and a rebuke of the the passage of Proposition 5 and 6 in the general election.
Earl Moon was the embodiment of Cambria’s sense of community, writes Cambrian columnist Dianne Brooke. Moon died Nov. 11, and his family will hold a celebration of his life for all who knew him Dec. 1.
The Cambrian Culinary Corner columnist Nancy Allen provides readers with a pecan pie recipe for your Thanksgiving dinner that doesn’t include high fructose corn syrup and a pear pie recipe that will mix things up.
As it plans to celebrate its 10th anniversary of opening the Cambrian Historical Museum in December 2008, members of the Historical Society are so grateful for all the efforts that got us to this point.
Ribbing her husband over his struggles with household duties, especially folding that dreaded fitted sheet, is coming back to haunt Cambrian columnist Kathe Tanner as she struggles with a chore-hammering injured arm.