Through the fires of this year, we’ve occasionally considered moving from the Golden State. However, our trip to the coast reminded me how incredibly beautiful it is here in California.
The weather was glorious and clear. We saw whale spouts out in the water, shooting stars in the clear night sky and ate fabulous food.
We were treated to a tour of the Mendocino Stone Zone, a place where host Peter Mullins brings in stonemasons from Scotland, Ireland, France and New England to create art within his property in the hills. Peter is a font of knowledge about stone and informed us of a seam of basalt in Windsor, not far from where we live.
We stayed at Roseman Creek Ranch, which provided a fantastic, huge kitchen. We paid a little extra for the big wood oven to be fired up so we could make pizza and other yummies. What a treat it all was!
5 thoughts on “Trip to Gualala on the Mendocino Coast”
love love love!! and to know you were all together (judy told me too) …magic!mary
It would have been great to have you and Jon there too ❤
Your drawings are awesome and captured the wonderful, restorative and unforgettable time together. Thanks for sharing all of it! ❤
I was just looking for info on the stone zone and stumbled across your post…beautiful drawings that capture the magic of katies wonderful property and experience (we are friends of hers)…kudos! I loved seeing this!
Thank you Rhona, so glad you liked it!