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Indian Rancheria’s (Reservations) of Mendocino County

  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 legislature, [...]
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The Mendocino Coast’s C.V. Starr Community Center & Spath Aquatic Center

     Leisure Pool Featuring a 146 ft. Water Slide and Lazy River The dream began more than 30 years ago about building a new pool for everyone in the community and visitors alike. It was back in 1978, using Park Bond Act monies obtained a 5 acre parcel known as Green Memorial Field in [...]
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Violinist Kay Stern & Pianist Joan Nagano Playing In Mendocino

  Will Be Performing on January 19, 2014 Kay Stern, Concertmaster of the San Francisco Opera Orchestra, and pianist Joan Nagano have delighted audiences for 12+ years with their passionate performances of classical repertoire for violin and piano. Biography: The extraordinary pairing of violinist Kay Stern and pianist Joan Nagano dates back to over a dozen [...]
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City of Ten Thousand Buddhas

  Two miles east of Ukiah, which is the county seat of Mendocino, in Talmage, is The City of Ten Thousand Buddhas. This is an international Buddhist community and monastery founded by Hsuan Hua, an important figure in western Buddhism. This is one of the first Chinese Zin Buddhist temples in the United States, and [...]
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“Five enthusiastic stars”

  “My wife and I took our daughter and her boyfriend here for a birthday getaway.  After a three hour drive, we realized that we were a day early (our mistake).  Michael cheerfully made accommodations for us by giving us two beautiful rooms, and changing our reservations.  (I believe he paid the maid overtime to [...]
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Start The Year With First Day Hikes On The Mendocino Coast

  The Mendocino Area Parks Association (MAPA) will be offering hikes on January 1, 2014 New Year’s Day, with four planned hikes around the Mendocino Coast.  Spring Ranch Headlands: The beautiful Spring Ranch Headlands located right across Stevenswood Lodge. Meet at the dirt parking lot on the west side of Highway 1 at Gordon Lane south [...]
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15th Annual Crab, Wine & Beer Festival 2014

  Crab, Wine & Beer Festival is Held January 17 – 26, 2014 There is great anticipation for the commercial crab season this year because crab fisherman should find the crabs to be a little heavier compared to the last couple of years. The Department of Fish and Game (DFG) conducted a pre-season crab quality testing [...]
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“Need some tweeks to be a 5”

I like to just list my pro’s and con’s of where I stay as to not overwhelm folks with large paragraphs. So here goes…………….. Pro’s 1. Great secluded location2. Pet friendly (if you like pets), they have a resident dog and cat on the premises but they are both well behaived.3. Nice, clean rooms4. Lobby [...]
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Elk / Greenwood “The Town with Two Names”

  Picture of the town of Greenwood / Elk  along the Pacific coast on Highway 1 Just 20 minutes south from Stevenswood Spa Resort is the quaint little coastal town of Elk also known as Greenwood. It extends along the secluded stretch of State Highway 1, south from the junction of State Highway 128 where [...]
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