New York Times: 36 hours in Mendocino

Suzanne Hamlin reports on 36 hours in Mendocino, one of my favorite places on the northern California coast.

The last part of the drive to Mendocino is an exhilarating hairpin-turn coastal road through what remains of the ancient redwood forest, where huge evergreen trees obliterate the sky before opening suddenly onto a five-mile stretch of ocean road that leads directly into the village. The temperature hovers between 50 and 60 degrees year-round; sunny days are glorious; stormy days, memorably dramatic.

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