Coastal Getaway

Stayed at the Little River Inn.

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LittleRiverInn.com website

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Lunch at the award-winning Cafe Beaujolais in Mendocino.

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cafebeaujolais.com website

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Feeding the fancy chickens at Glendeven Inn which has a scrumptious selection of local wines at their Wine Bar[n].

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Feeding the introverted llamas

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Good times with Bobby, the bar owner of Beacon Light by the Sea in Elk.

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Point Reyes National Seashore

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Greetings from Point Reyes!

We decided to get out of town for just one night, and headed north to the expansive Point Reyes National Seashore which is a massive preserve geologically separated from it’s neighboring Marin County (source Wikipedia, including photo source).

 

We walked around Limantour Beach, then briskly hiked the Pacific Coast trail. The Bear Valley Visitor Center indicated that they’d counted 27 whale sightings yesterday and 2 today. Hopefully we’ll get to see whales and elk tomorrow. The only big wildlife we saw today were quail.

We had a nice dinner at a new restaurant called the Saltwater Oyster Depot, played Scrabble, and now we’re reading before bedtime at a B&B all in the cute town of Inverness.

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