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28th Annual Mendocino Coast Whale Festivals

Come to the Mendocino Coast and join us for the 28th Annual Mendocino Coast Whale Festivals. The 2010 celebration is all about the migration of the Pacific Gray Whales and their newborn calves. The migrating whales, numbering between 20,000 to 23,000 individuals, pass by the Mendocino Coast twice each year. The first three weekends of [...]
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5th Annual International Alsace Varietals Festival

There will be wineries from around the world participating in this annual festival. It is a celebration of Riesling, Gewurztraminer, Pinot Gris, Pinot Blanc and other noble Alsace varietals. Anderson Valley located on Highway 128 in Mendocino County offers a cooler climate, which provides and ideal growing condition for Alsace varietals. In the late 1960′s [...]
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“beautiful rooms amazing food and wine, but most of all

this has become our home away from home. it far surpassed every expectation.my wife and I both received massages that were to die for. we did not have to leave the resort for anything we dined their and dinner was insanely awesome I had the beef medallions that had a peppercorn sauce it was unreal [...]
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Mendocino War

On April 22, 1850, the state legislature passed “An act for the Government and Protection of Indians” into law, providing indenture or apprenticeship of California Indians. This new law led to widespread kidnapping of Indian children. A new reservation was clearly essential. Not that other solutions hadn’t been tried; in his inaugural address to the [...]
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Indico Eco-Spa makes Spas of America Top 50 Spas of 2009

The spa travel website Spas of America today announced their annual ranking of the Top 50 Spas of 2009, based on consumer traffic on their website. Launched in 2005, Spas of America is the largest travel website, showcasing over 750 of the best resort, hotel and destination spas around the world. Making the top 50 [...]
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Fort Bragg Gets a New Coastline

It has been announced that for the first time in 150 years, the city of Fort Bragg can now claim its own coastline. As of January 5, 2010, Fort Bragg has acquired 92 acres of the former Georgia-Pacific mill site, which stretches from the Noyo Bridge to Glass Beach, which is 3.5 miles of coastline. [...]
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General Braxton Bragg

In the summer of 1857, First Lieutenant Horatio G. Gibson, established a military post on the Mendocino Indian Reservation north of the Noyo River. He named the new military post which was established June 11, 1857 after his former commanding officer Captain Braxton Bragg, who later became a general in the Confederate Army. Born in [...]
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“Wonderful”

My husband and I were given a gift certificate to Stevenswood Resort for two nights. We arrived on Friday late afternoon to a very warm reception and were seen to our room. It was a very nice room with fireplace and temapedic bed. The next day we hiked around the resort and had massages by [...]
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