Wednesday, July 6, 2016

Hollister Adobe 2016

Today I joined my history mentor Dennis Judd to a Cuesta College Board of Trustees meeting on the main campus in unincorporated San Luis Obispo (SLO) between SLO and Morro Bay in the shadow of both Cerro Romauldo and Hollister Peak. We attended this otherwise boring kabuki in order for Judd to "prepresent" along with other activists the interests of the future of the historic Hollister Adobe located on the campus adjacent to Camp San Luis from which the campus was carved. Before and after the meeting we visited the old structure and snapped a few images.

Southwest corner view of Hollister Adobe.
Grinding mortars formed from a serpentine boulder located adjacent to the adobe.
This corner was probably never 100% perfectly shaped even when new and the years since have not helped matters.
All photos by Kim Patrick Noyes (all rights reserved).

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