(Double Click To Enlarge) The San Luis ObispoTribune is running a contest on the seven wonders of San Luis Obispo County. They have listed 13 possible choices and are asking people to vote for their favorite seven. Listed among the 13 possibilities is the Nipomo Dana Adobe, which of course we who live down south certainly feel should be included as one of the county’s top seven. You can send in your vote via email by using the ballot below or here and following the instructions–just copy and paste into an email;
Seven wonders e-mail ballot
Wonder what makes our county the best?
What makes San Luis Obispo County so wonderful? The Tribune wants readers to pick the seven best spots on the Central Coast – our version of the Hanging Gardens of Babylon or the pyramids at Giza. What places are the most beautiful, the most fun, the most historically significant?
– To participate, you must be a county resident and provide full contact information.
– You must select seven (7) places from the list provided below.
Vote online at www.sanluisobispo.com or mail this form to Seven Wonders, c/o The Tribune, P.O. Box 112, San Luis Obispo, CA 93406. All entries are due by Sunday, Oct. 22.
We’ll post the results Nov. 5.
CHOOSE SEVEN (7)
– Hearst Castle
– Morro Rock
– Oceano Dunes State Vehicular Recreation Area
– Montaña de Oro State Park
– Pismo Beach Pier
– San Simeon-Piedras Blancas coastline
– Mission San Luis Obispo de Tolosa
– Sunken Gardens, Atascadero
– Paso Robles Inn
– Dana Adobe, Nipomo
– Madonna Inn, San Luis Obispo
– Wine country
– Bubblegum Alley, San Luis Obispo
What did we miss? Write in an eighth wonder of San Luis Obispo County. What deserves to be No. 8 — maybe Lake Nacimiento or the wildlife and wildflower-rich Carrizo Plains? No people, please.
Please fill out contact information that may be used for follow-up interviews:
To submit this form by e-mail, copy and paste into a document file, fill in your choices, cut and paste it into an e-mail and sent it to The Tribune at firstname.lastname@example.org