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[[File:Screen Shot 2019-12-29 at 7.54.32 PM.png|300px|thumbnail|right|<center>Buffalo Rock as viewed from inside a cave at Willows, <br>Santa Cruz Island</center>]]
[[File:Screen Shot 2019-12-29 at 7.54.32 PM.png|300px|thumbnail|right|<center>Buffalo Rock as viewed from inside a cave at Willows, Santa Cruz Island</center>]]


[[File:SCrI~Ship & Buffalo.png|300px|thumbnail|right|<center>Ship Rock (left), Buffalo Rock (right), <br>Santa Cruz Island<br>Photo by Toby Brock, 2014</center>]]
[[File:SCrI~Ship & Buffalo.png|300px|thumbnail|right|<center>Ship Rock (left), Buffalo Rock (right), <br>Santa Cruz Island<br>Photo by Toby Brock, 2014</center>]]

Latest revision as of 03:57, 30 December 2019

Buffalo Rock as viewed from inside a cave at Willows, Santa Cruz Island
Ship Rock (left), Buffalo Rock (right),
Santa Cruz Island
Photo by Toby Brock, 2014
View to Ship and Buffalo Rocks,
Santa Cruz Island
Photo by Toby Brock, 2014

Buffalo Rock, Santa Cruz Island, according to Helen Caire [1993:147], was one “of the gigantic boulders which erupt not far from the sandy shore of [Willows] cove.” The other was called Ship.