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Four days on the beach | Dillon Beach 2014

It was another year at Dillon Beach. Another year of oysters on the grill. Of dogs running off of their leashes and into those foamy waves. Of those blue hues in the morning, and golden flare in the evening, and all those warm … Continue reading

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We’re on a little roadtrip

Hello, friends. We’ve been beach-bound for a few days, traveling through the mountains and forests of Northern California. This morning, we woke up on the foggy Oregon coastline, and I’m loving it. It’s a nice change in atmosphere from the … Continue reading

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Hello little surfing village

A few more beautiful hours during last week’s trip to Fort Bragg were spent watching the waves and people in the little surfing village at Point Arena. There were plenty of old hippies, rays of sun, off-the-leash pups, weed puffs … Continue reading

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The bluffs at MacKerricher

I think the most beautiful stretch of beach I’ve ever seen is along the Mendocino coastline, where red bluffs fall into frothy waters and big peaks the color of coal appear to bob above the surface. This coastline was the … Continue reading

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Four days in Fort Bragg

It was hard to drive away from the coast yesterday, to leave the forests of redwoods and descend the last hill. Reality is hard to return to sometimes. When all you want are crashing waves when you live in a … Continue reading

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Tossing out the nets

Whether you do it from the back of a fishing boat or from atop the pier, one of the funnest things to do when you have nothing else to do at Dillon Beach is throw our a few crab nets. … Continue reading

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Bodega Bay and moments from camp

It was a quiet day in our campground. Some had gone over the dunes to splash in cold waves. Others were lounging in chairs, a novel in one hand and glass of wine in the other. Maggie, my Aunt Jo … Continue reading

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