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Saddle Ranch - McWay Falls - Netflix
McWay Falls is an 80-foot-tall (24 m) waterfall on the coast of Big Sur in central California that flows year-round from McWay Creek in Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park, about 37 miles (60 km) south of Carmel, into the Pacific Ocean. It is a tidefall, a waterfall that empties directly into the ocean, and one of only two in California, the other being Alamere Falls.
Saddle Ranch - Donated to state - Netflix
Lathrop and Hélène Brown left Big Sur for Florida in 1956, where Lathrop died in 1959. In 1961, Hélène Hooper Brown donated the entire property to the state, stipulating that it be used as a park and named for her good friend, Julia Pfeiffer Burns, “a true pioneer”. She included the requirement that Waterfall House be converted into a “museum for the custody and display of indigenous Indian relics, flora and fauna of the California coastal area, and historical objects pertaining to the Big Sur country”, or otherwise demolished. The museum could not be completed in time for several reasons, including competing museums, shortage of funds, and poor access to the site, and the mansion was demolished in 1965. An overlook of McWay Falls was later built on the site of the former home.
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