Road Trip to Mendocino: The Golden Gate Bridge

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First stop while heading over to Highway 1 is the Golden Gate Bridge.  To get to this look-out point, you take your first right after you cross the bridge heading north. The views are amazing and it’s totally worth the stop.

Road Trip to Mendocino: Tomales Bay Oyster Company

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If you’re just joining me, we are traveling up the coast to a quaint town called Mendocino. I did this trip on Friday and thought we could “relive” it today. Highway 1 is pretty spectacular. Especially in the spring. The road side is full of daffodils, wild flowers and the trees are spring green (many in bloom). My friend Richard told me about the Tomales Bay Oyster Company so we’ll stop and take a look. If you’re looking for a fun day with your family and/or friends and you like seafood this is a cool place. It’s located about an hour north of San Francisco. Here’s how it works: Continue reading “Road Trip to Mendocino: Tomales Bay Oyster Company”

Road Trip to Mendocino: The Golden Gate Bridge

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First stop while heading over to Highway 1 is the Golden Gate Bridge. I’d a very cool experience to drive the 1.7 miles across this incredible bridge. If you’re doing this trip I highly urge you to take a break, and stop at the look-out point.  To get there, take the first right after you cross the bridge heading north. The views are amazing and it’s totally worth the stop. Here are a few quick facts about this beautiful bridge: Continue reading “Road Trip to Mendocino: The Golden Gate Bridge”

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