Most tourists come to San Diego for world famous animal parks, beautiful beaches, and first-rate restaurants. Some get a little mor than had planned for. More than a few people have checked out of certain hotels in a hurry because a room for two suddenly became overcrowded. And countless people visited the Whaley House to find long-departed family members checking on their residence. For whatever, San Diego boasts a number of ghostly inhabitants who seem to love this city as much as the rest of us.
Author: Paul D. Campbell
The making and use of stone tools by Native Californians followed a pattern from the earliest Stone Age in Africa. It was a universal survival kit surprisingly similar the world …$ 19.95 Add to cart
This guidebook includes the San Diego Association Geologists’ 2005 and 2006 field trips. We begin our exploration in the Peninsular Ranges Batholith in southern San Diego County along historic Old …$ 29.95 Add to cart