Synopses & Reviews
Morro Bay began as a coastal fishing and farming village. Today it is a well-known vacation destination. At its heart, it has changed little since John Riley first envisioned it in 1872. The community has had brushes with dramatic change, but fate has allowed it to remain a typical American small town.
About the Author
Author Roger Castle was born and raised in Morro Bay. Coauthor Gary Ream and photographer Garry Johnson are relative newcomers. Through their eyes, here is a view of a modern, but ageless Morro Bay.