The Lives and Times of Morro Bay’s Oldest Couple

My next-door-neighbor’s house is an unassuming one-story, yellow-stucco-walled house with a pretty garden. What you would never guess is that inside that house is an amazing story and history. Bill and Edna Huntington have lived in Morro Bay for more than seven decades. Survivors of the Great Depression and World War II, they built that house themselves. Over the years they raised three sons, ran Morro Bay’s garbage service, and witnessed decades of change and growth.

I made a video for them to share with their family so that they can preserve some of their family history. I hope you enjoy!