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Rancho Guejito

A California believed long gone, this mountaintop ranch is straight out of the history books. Rancho Guejito is the best, last, most important, most beautiful and most nearly intact Mexican land grant left, the least-spoiled segment of coastal California from the Mexican border to Santa Barbara. An undisturbed Southern California historical landscape second to none, its 22,000-plus acres hold an early California adobe and the ruins of others and numerous Native American archeological remains. It is under tremendous threat of housing and commercial development so large that it would be a new city in itself. No other cultural landscape in San Diego County is as quintessential old California as is this hidden valley and we cannot afford to lose it.

c. 1988. Photo by Bruce Coons


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