The Larkin Cottage
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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 ...
... fools like me,
But only God can make a tree.
At breakfast, we had a very amusing occurrence! John and I wore our Redwoods NP tee shirts that said May the Forest Be With You. When Dan and Judi came in, they were wearing the exact same shirts! We got a big kick out of that. Within a few minutes, Darlene and Pete came in and darned if they weren't wearing ...
... moved, ate lunch, then short nap and we were ready for some more adventure! Decided to drive into Mendocino and check out the village and get some more fuel for our stove.
Mendosa's Market in Mendocino is a very nicely stocked store with an amazing variety of things to buy grocery and otherwise.
Got some groceries and then drove back toward the campground. It is apparent we will have to come back and sspend some ...
... our drive along the coast. When we finally finished the twisty bits (thanks to Greg’s remarkable driving), we arrived once again on the Pacific coast and to panoramic seaside views similar to those we had seen in Oregon. We decided to stop for the night in Fort Bragg, a coastal community established in the mid 1800s as a military post. We confused this town with the Fort Bragg in North Carolina which has a more recent military connection. We walked around the ...
... Then we left US101 highway to take the coast road highway 1 - which we think was the original 101. This did mean we had to cross a mountain to get there - very twisty, hairpin bends, steep gradients. We saw loaded logging trucks also on the same route. I'm glad we weren't going up behind one. Then the coast again which by now was very misty. Apparently if there was no mist the Redwoods ...