Comprising a little over a thousand acres, the beach above is named after John Pfeiffer, the beach’s cabin dwelling denizen since 1884. In hopes of preserving the bucolic beach, Pfeiffer neglected to sell his land to a Los Angeles developer in 1930 and instead sold 700 acres to the state of California three years later.
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This unforgettable April earthquake is regarded as one of the worst natural disasters in US history, as it left 80% of the “golden” city in complete ruin and claimed the lives of over 3,000 individuals. Worse, over half of its population was left homeless following the horrific quake.
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The National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest hits its mid twenties this June. For nearly 25 years, wanderlust-riddled individuals have sent their snapshots into the DC-based magazine in hopes of sharing a slice of their experience with the masses. And, OK, getting a little name recognition in the process. Thanks to The Roosevelts, we’re able to share some of 2013′s most promising entries thus far.