Wednesday, December 29, 2010

Second Day Fort Bragg and Mendocino

On Saturday, Dec 25th it rained, but this did not stop us from enjoying the beautiful surroundings at the coast. We actually love it this time of year as the town is not swarming with tourists and we kind of feel like we own the place! In Fort Bragg we always drive by this Town Hall building as it is where we were married by the judge April 1, 1985.
Misty and wet out finds this shack a perfect picture between two trees. And gulls lined up on the lawn overlooking the fierce waves of the Pacific ocean.
The highlight of our day was walking the town and stopping in one of the few places open to eat lunch...Frankie's, with it's huge menorah in the window.
I had their organic felafel's with baked chick peas and we took home hot homemade matzo ball soup for dinner
which we heated up later in our B & B and ate in front of a roaring fire.
More from our trip in days to come, stay tuned.


  1. How romantic to see where you were married and then having a cozy dinner by a fire.

  2. That sounds like a most blissful day Lynn. I love it.

  3. Love the building you were married in. It has so much charm to it. We were married in a little building that was the Judges chambers at the time. Not as charming as this is. Your trip sounds wonderful.

  4. Lynn, so glad you are not letting the rain put a damper on your trip.
    Beautiful photos. A roaring fire sounds wonderful.
    P.S. I read and enjoy your book reveiws!

  5. Nice photos Lynn! Thanks for sharing your story! Happy New Year!

  6. What gorgeous photos of your romantic and desolate trip. I like that kind of trip, too. The gulls on the ocean brought back memories of trips to CA in the late 80s. Simply lovely.


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