’90 Minutes of Separation’
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In our previous edition of 90 Minutes of Separation, we shared our dining experience at the Anacapa Brewing Company. The tasty vittles and brew were a fitting leadup to the following day when we were scheduled to board the morning boat for Santa Cruz Islands.
The next morning, the weather broke beautiful and after an hour’s cruise aboard the Island Packers ferry, we arrived at the Scorpion Anchorage on the east side of Santa Cruz Island, the largest of the Islands in the Channel chain. It is considered by many to offer the most diverse landscape of the Islands with marshes and grasslands as well as chaparral and pine forests. (Three quarters of Santa Cruz is owned and managed by The Nature Conservancy (TNC) and the rest by the National Park Service (NPS).)