Much like the Kennedy assassination or the Obama election or hearing “Welcome to the Jungle” the first time on the radio, everyone remembers where they were during the great 2008 Big Sur Basin Complex Fire.
We’ll be taking a multi-media trip down memory lane tonight at the Henry Miller Library by projecting a fascinating slideshow on our big screen, along with accompanying soundtrack, showing some of the most compelling photos from the fire.
There’ll be coffee, tea, *and* space heaters a plenty (though my spider sense tells me today’ll be a warm one.)
For locals, it’s a no-brainer. Re-live those heady days, reflect, and thanks the courageous firefighters who kept the fire at bay. And for everyone else, it’ll be a great piece of Big Sur living-history. Oh, and the pictures are totally amazing.
The event is by donation. Doors at 7:30. We’re located a 1/4 mile south of Nepenthe.
See you there!