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Old 06-01-2015, 01:39 PM   #21
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OIl spill-campground update

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The oil spill is about 20-25 miles west (north on US-101, the coastline at the Santa Barbara Channel runs W-E) of Santa Barbara.
It's right about where two campgrounds are along the coast, both of which are now closed. (Refugio State Beach, El Capitan State Beach).
June 1, 2015 update: Here is an update from the Refugio Incident- Executive Summary Report
· Affected beaches border Refugio and Coal Oil Point. Campgrounds in these areas remain closed and campers were evacuated. The state beaches are closed until further notice for Refugio and El Capitan beaches.

In addition, oil/tar balls are showing up on Ventura County Beaches, and Los Angeles & Orange County beaches as well. These may or may not be from the oil spill, because we also get tar balls from natural seeps .
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Old 06-01-2015, 02:19 PM   #22
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June 1, 2015 update: Here is an update from the Refugio Incident- Executive Summary Report
· Affected beaches border Refugio and Coal Oil Point. Campgrounds in these areas remain closed and campers were evacuated. The state beaches are closed until further notice for Refugio and El Capitan beaches.

In addition, oil/tar balls are showing up on Ventura County Beaches, and Los Angeles & Orange County beaches as well. These may or may not be from the oil spill, because we also get tar balls from natural seeps .
Thanks Don for update . Pretty sad no mater where it is coming from . Pat
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Old 06-01-2015, 08:49 PM   #23
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Looks like the Crystal Cove State Park campground near Laguna Beach, CA.
https://www.google.com/maps/place/Cr...!6m1!1e1?hl=en

If it is campsite #60, there would be room to pull it in with a vehicle and get it out of the picture.
Moro Canyon Map | Crystal Cove State Park
Dittos. Crystal Cove SP. First row looks great but the highway is just below the bluff. Last row is quieter.

I had reservations booked 7 months ago at El Capitan SP and they were just cancelled. Bummer. Hope it's open in July, we're back there for a week! Paradise only 40 miles from home!

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