Lighthouse Recipes and History

My mom, Dora Wieder, was a volunteer at Cabrillo during the 1970’s. She volunteered in the lighthouse dressed in period clothing as part of the Living History program. Here is a photo from the archives at Cabrillo. My mom is the one on the right. Barbara Jones, who lived in Point Loma, also participated in the lighthouse volunteer effort. In fact she was the coordinator … Continue reading Lighthouse Recipes and History

A Marriage proposal at Cabrillo

Marriage Proposals at Cabrillo

There have been a lot of marriage proposals at Cabrillo over the years. This one took place on September 13 during a Moonwalk sponsored by the Cabrillo National Monument Foundation. The young man wanted to propose at Cabrillo at sunset but found out the park closed at 5pm. He contacted Emily Moore at the Foundation because he had learned there was a Moonwalk coming up. … Continue reading Marriage Proposals at Cabrillo

Out With The Old, In With The New

New waysides are continuing to be installed around Cabrillo. The latest waysides have been installed down at the Tidepools. Three out of four have been completed, including one wayside showing views of high and low tide. VIPs Joel, Bob and Dan have been assisting Ranger George in installing the new waysides. When we had a lot of concrete work to do, we brought Rangers Rudy … Continue reading Out With The Old, In With The New

Historic Visitor Center Sign at Cabrillo National Monument

Training Opportunity – Visitor Center

On Saturday July 13 at 10:00 am Ranger Elizabeth, Ranger Julieanne and Community Volunteer Ambassador Setara will be hosting a Visitor Center Training.This is an opportunity for current VC volunteers, new VC volunteers, or people who are interested in working the desk to come together and gets some hands-on training. Everyone is welcome! It will last one hour and coffee and donuts will be provided. … Continue reading Training Opportunity – Visitor Center