Photos of San Francisco Bay, usually taken from our balcony.
mercredi 7 avril 2010
Série de côte du nord: Mendocino
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Mendocino was a lumber town in the 19th century. Redwood trees were harvested, floated down to the Pacific, loaded onto ships and taken down the coast, often to San Francisco for construction fueled by the Gold Rush. Now the town is something of an artist colony. The Mendocino Coast has many bread and breakfast inns, popular for weekend getaways from the urban areas around San Francisco. Mendocino County is also notorious for its marijuana-fed underground economy.