Missing from Palo Colorado Canyon as of 8:30 am. Moss, a female Border Collie, age 14, leash still attached. She is also hard of hearing. She belongs to Jocie Harris Hoch. This is Moss. Let’s bring her home!!! She looks just like my Missy girl, except Moss has more black on her left forearm. Please contact me at email@example.com or 831-818-8026 if you see her and don’t know Jocie, and I will put you in contact.
From Paul Rogers of the San Jose Mercury News:
For generations, it was one of the most popular attractions in Big Sur.
Thousands of people every year hiked up the Pfeiffer Falls Trail, a 1.5-mile round trip route through a redwood-lined stream in Pfeiffer Big Sur State Park leading to a 60-foot waterfall.
But the trail and six of its wooden bridges, stairs, signs, hand railings and an observation deck, were destroyed in the 2008 Basin Complex Fire. The landscape has long since recovered. And now a new trail has risen from the ashes after years of back-breaking work interrupted by floods, more fires, budget shortfalls, the COVID pandemic and other delays.
“This trail is going to make a lot of people’s day,” said Marcos Ortega, superintendent of state parks’ Big Sur sector, on a recent hike through the redwood forest. “It’s kid-friendly. You get to see a waterfall. You’re in the redwoods. It gives you the full Big Sur experience.”
For the rest of this article, see: https://www.mercurynews.com/2021/06/14/famous-big-sur-landmark-reopens-after-being-closed-for-12-years