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The Adventure Continues… Central Coast

Huell visits the world’s first motel, the Motel Inn in San Luis Obispo; a stop at Pozo’s Saloon, a stagecoach stop, and chat with the last remaining citizen of Moy Mell, where a colony of people called Dunites lived in the sand dunes from the 1920s through the 1940s.

When I think about the Central Coast of California, I tend to think of the Monterey Bay and its Aquarium, or the Danish-style town of Solvang, or William Randolph Hearst’s amazing castle in San Simeon.

But in this episode of California’s Gold, Huell takes us to three lesser-known spots along the central coast, all three entirely unique and historic — and completely Californian.

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