A lot of the volunteers have been asking for photos of Ranger Elizabeth’s baby, Julian, so she wanted to share these with everyone. “Julian is already 8 months old! He loves going for stroller walks and looking at trees, and playing with his water mat to practice his tidepool observation skills. He is starting to crawl and is finally starting to like eating solid food. … Continue reading You’ve Been Asking, So…
The Open Bunker on Saturday, February 26th will be in honor of Joe. Inside the bunker, we will be setting up a memorial for Joe, with words expressing how his legacy touches thousands of visitors each year, photos, and flameless tea candles. Volunteers and staff members who would like to share memories of Joe in person will be able to gather at the bluffs at … Continue reading Remembering Joe
By Karen Scanlon Few people living today claim the distinction of being a ‘lighthouse brat’. These are the children of lighthouse keepers. But one such East County resident, and CNM volunteer, Patricia Dudley Goulart, makes this very assertion. Patricia grew up at the lower Point Loma Light Station. Her father, James Eliot Dudley, was assistant keeper at the time of her birth 90 years ago … Continue reading 🎂Happy 90th Birthday🎈, Patricia Dudley Goulart, CNM VIP and Lighthouse Brat🎁
The VIPS (and a few other generous people) wanted to help out staff at Cabrillo as a result of the recent government shutdown. While the NPS staff would eventually receive back pay, the Bookstore staff and the Partner staff would not. So a few VIPs decided to try and plan a potluck lunch for all the staffs and try to raise some funds to provide … Continue reading VIPS Provide Assistance to Partner Staff
The San Diego History Center is offering a lecture at 6 p.m., 18 October, 2018 that may be of interest to VIPs. It’s titled, “Lessons from the Past: Archaeological Insights on the Interaction of the Kumeyaay People with their Environment” and highlights the findings from three Kumeyaay archaeological sites and focuses on the diet of the Kumeyaay people and the ecosystems they were able to … Continue reading San Diego History Center Lecture on Kumeyaay People and their Environment
Ranger Tavio is putting together a celebration of our migrating mammal friends and could use your help. See the message from him below for more details. You dolphinitely don’t want to miss this exiting event! Whale…here it is: We need your peepers! (more officially looking for aspiring Cetologist) Last two weeks in Feb. Have you ever stared into the pacific blue for hours on end? If … Continue reading We Need Your Peepers!