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... we had to buy a case and join their wine club. Did I mention the vintner and owner is a woman?
Made it to our cottage right outside Mendocino for the night. We have a great view, even if it is a little cloudy for the sunset, we are still enjoying our wine and cheese on the porch before we head to the Wild Fish for dinner.
Off along the coast tomorrow, with tomorrow's stop in San Francisco and seeing our son, his wife and her Korean ...
... State Historic Park, an area with a rehabilitated lighthouse and light keepers' homes dating from 1909. Robert was our guide and he was quite a talker. The light station was small, shorter than we expected, but there was a beautiful view of the coast from there and we could actually see harbor seals and cormorants on the rocks below us. ...
... So you are my cabin, we were just talking about you." Apparently, this is mainly an RV and tent camp ground and they only have one "cabin" at the top of the hill - and they don't rent it out very often. This cabin was actually an old, small three bedroom house - score! We had a kitchen and living room to go with it. And the view was unlike anything we'd ever seen. We had to take a short walk down to the beach before the ...
After enjoying as much of that as we could, we continued our walk through the village. It has plenty of shops we could have gone through but chose instead to just window shop and look at all the lovely gardens there were around.
All this work made us hungry so we decided to check out the Mendocino Cafe. We sat outside and enjoyed the antics of several American Goldfinch defending their territory! There were also ...
... tend to put up with it. Mendocino also has a lot of these rather odd water towers dotted around, which aren't used any more, but were first put up when people settled here in the 1800s. One water tower per home. The settlers who made their homes here came from the east coast of USA, what is known as the New England area - Connecticut, Maine - and these water towers were common there.
We could see why it had ...