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“Great Atmosphere!”

I completely enjoyed my stay at Stevenswood, the resort itself has a relaxing and peaceful atmosphere and the surrounding area is full of things to do and see. The highlight of the trip was dinner at the resort . . .WOW! It was a wonderful experience, the food was great and the service was very [...]
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“Great Place!”

We just returned from celebrating my wife’s birthday at Stevenswood. Prior birthday celebrations have been at such places as the Ritz Carlton and the Four Seasons. Stevenswood was much more intimate and a better value. The room was spacious with a view of the ocean and surrounding property. It was nicely laid out with a [...]
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Caspar (then and now)

Caspar is a small village on the north coast of California. Caspar lies between Fort Bragg, and Mendocino. What was once a bustling town in 1955, is now a village supported by farms and ranches nearby, and by urbanites visiting their summer homes, anxious to savor the rugged beauty of the Mendocino coast. History: The [...]
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PG&E signs nation’s first wave-energy deal off the Mendocino & Humbolt Coast

An offshore wave farm will supply Californians with clean green electricity generated by the ocean under a first-of-its-kind power purchase agreement that utility PG&E will announce Tuesday morning. The giant San Francisco-based utility has signed a long-term contract to buy 2-megawatts of electricity from Finavera Renewables’ wave-energy power plant to be built off the Northern [...]
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Lighthouses of the Mendocino Coast

  Current picture of the Point Cabrillo Lighthouse (2007) Although Point Cabrillo was surveyed by the U. S. Lighthouse Service in 1873, construction of the Light Station didn’t begin until after the 1906 earthquake. The demand for lumber to rebuild San Francisco meant that maritime commerce on the north coast was at an all time [...]
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History of Albion

Albion lies directly on California’s Highway 1 north of Navarro, and south of Little River. It lies just north of the intersection of Highway 128 and Highway 1 (Shoreline Highway). Albion Bridge under construction 1944. Albion River Bridge today (2007) Albion has two bridges, spanning the Albion River and the Little Salmon Creek. The Albion [...]
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Mendocino Flavor Festival

              The new Flavor Festival combined established Mendocino County events, including Crab & Wine Days, The Wine and Mushroom Festival, and the 3rd Annual International Alsace Varietals Festival in Anderson Valley. The Flavor Festival kicks off with a Cioppino Dinner in Fort Bragg’s Noyo Harbor on Friday, January 25. Then on Saturday February [...]
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The Pygmy Forest

This image of the pygmy forest includes people for scale. Not only do we have the tallest trees in the world, but believe it or not, we also have a forest of the shortest trees in the world. The pygmy forest where mature, cone-bearing cypress and pine trees stand 6 inches to 8 feet tall. [...]
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Captain Fletcher’s Inn (Navarro-by-the-Sea Hotel)

This story is about where the Navarro River enters into the Pacific Ocean only 8 miles south of Stevenswood Spa Resort. Most guests visiting the area come by this direction where Highway 128 meets Highway 1 on the Mendocino Coast. The Mendocino Coast is rich with history. From the lumber mills that sprang along the [...]
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Glass Beach, Fort Bragg, Ca.

    Samples of what the sand at glass beach looks like. Glass Beach on the Mendocino coast is one of the most unique beaches in the world, not because nature created it that way, but because time and the pounding surf have beautified the mistake humankind had made. Beginning in 1949, the area around Glass [...]
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