Sea Shell Inn

Address: 135 Main Street, Point Arena, California, 95568, United States | Inn
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This inn, located on 135 Main Street, Point Arena, is near Point Arena Lighthouse & Museum and B Bryan Preserve.
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Travel Blogs from Point Arena

More Busywork

A travel blog entry by atimetowander on Jul 06, 2015

2 photos

We headed up to Mendocino, where we stopped at a local bar, got delicious barbecue, and did our first travel busywork since we started- sharing our itinerary with friends and family, setting up a mailing list, changing addresses, etc. All of the local campgrounds were full so we stayed at our first hotel of the trip in Fort Bragg.

Northern California

A travel blog entry by linda.bullis on May 15, 2015

48 photos

... see. Absolutely beautiful grounds with trails leading to the ocean.


Lighthouse of Enlightenment

A travel blog entry by billy_d on Sep 20, 2010

1 comment, 4 photos

... when my father’s only sibling, Aunt Betty was born, their mother died. This left hurt feelings by my father. Robyn’s mother, Aunt Betty, was that baby. She revealed this to Robyn. My father never mentioned it.

My father resented his own father for the loss of his mother. Ironically my paternal grand-father resented Betty for it as well. James Louis Day went into a numbing way of life. Drinking and ...

Pacific Coast Highway, Far Reaching Sights

A travel blog entry by billy_d on Sep 20, 2010

6 photos

... station. I was adding layers and he was filling his small cruiser tank. He said, "Next time I’m gonna get me a tourer-bike!" He worked for I.C.E., Us Immigrations and Customs Enforcement. We rode together for an hour or so. He wanted to ride fast, but cars and time worn him to slow and enjoy. I passed him pulling over and just looking outward to the ocean.

The Wharf ...

Bee Movie

A travel blog entry by blahblahblog on Aug 04, 2010


... something I'll forget too soon. They all winced, ooooo'ed, yikes' may even have giggled! Then I got some ice and sat like a beaten up saddo waiting for it to go down.  It was still VERY puffy 8 hours later. God knows how I'll look tomorrow. (Update: I looked worse and would've cried if my tear ducts hadn't swollen shut!!).   The bee fled the scene.    I had put up a pic but it was even freakin' me out so I deleted ...