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Morro Bay
California

Tourism is the main industry in Morro Bay, but it is also a busy fishing and crabbing port. The harbor channel is sheltered behind massive Morro Rock, the shallow bay extends several miles south and east.

Though the downtown is pleasant most tourist activity is concentrated along the Embarcadero - restaurants and shops, kayak rentals, whale watching and fishing excursions, plus the commercial fishing fleet.

Morro Bay Official Visitor Guide
Wikipedia: Morro Bay, California

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Next to the power plant cooling water intake on Morro Bay

Next to the power plant cooling water intake on Morro Bay

Next to the power plant cooling water intake on Morro Bay

Morro Bay, California

Date photographed: March 23, 2007
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Morro Bay, California

Date photographed: April 26, 2008
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The T-Pier next to the Morro Bay power plant

The T-Pier next to the Morro Bay power plant

The T-Pier next to the Morro Bay power plant

Morro Bay, California

Date photographed: March 23, 2007
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Morro Bay, California

Date photographed: April 26, 2008
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Morro Bay, California

Date photographed: April 26, 2008
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