Caitlin Fitch

Land Shark Lubbers

While most of the country watched pregame highlights and ate deep-fried snacks, Captain Mike and tour guide Milo (far left) of Land and Sea Tour’s amphibious Land Shark educated locals and tourists alike all about our seaside burg. With plenty of jokes and nuggets of historical information that even the most knowledgeable Santa Barbaran might be surprised to learn, the tour winds from the Funk Zone’s tasting rooms, around downtown, and into the harbor to view the city from the sea.

By Caitlin Fitch

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