Every good story has a big bad guy, and the saga of Morro Rock’s narrow escape from being turned into a pile of rubble is no exception.
The 581-foot-tall wonder – one of the most beloved and remarkable natural landmarks off the Central Coast – was quarried almost into oblivion for nearly 80 years (1889-1969).
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