Fifth District Supervisor Efren Carrillo is saying that the proposed $8 parking fee for Sonoma Coast parking has “been put on the back burner”.
From 1 to 4 on Saturday there will be an artist reception at the Local Artist Gallery for their Double Vision that runs from July 18th through August 20th.
Nancy Winn will be showing her magnificently charming paper-mache animals.
LYNN MILLAR has a blog “Walking in Sonoma County…mostly” that focuses on good places to walk in Sonoma County.
Here is one Trip Advisor review for Rocker Oysterfeller’s in Valley Ford that says “last night we had the best Louisana stye oysters.
Erden Eruc started his human powered circumnavigation from Bodega Bay near San Francisco, California. Since then he traveled by boat, bicycle and boots around the world. Today he has 3 days left to the finish line, his start point. He is expected to arrive at the Spud Point Marina between 4 and 5 PM on Saturday, July 21st.
The Fort Ross Bicentennial Weekend will be held July 28-29 and will feature a number of cultural performances and foods.
If you're visiting Bodega Head to watch the whales, the waves, the birds or the boats, be sure to check out the sand cliffs for the bee villages.
The Marin Independent Journal is reporting that so many salmon are being hooked along the Northern California coast that the price of fresh, wild king salmon is plunging, at least for commercial fishermen who are on strike for a better deal.
Each year the county attracts about 7 million visitors to view the coastline, walk among redwoods and enjoy tastings at wineries. Visitors come for cycling, agritourism and weddings, as well as for a chance to stroll small town squares and cruise country backroads.
Another article by Bob Norberg in The Press Democrat says there are reports of blue whales that were just a couple hundred yards off Bodega Head. Blue whale photo courtesy of flickkerphotos.
Bob Norberg of The Press Democrat is reporting that “commercial salmon fisherman on the North Coast are tying up their boats and will stay in port for the next few days in an attempt to drive up prices.”
Remember Laura and Kevin, the hexacopter/airstream trailer people? Well, they are continuing their journey up the coast and they are in Oregon now.
A recent post on their RIVETED blog talks about how they work to conserve resources as they travel.
This colorful image from the Sonoma Coast is the centerpiece for a flyer from the Timber Coast Inn announcing their summer deals. Here is what the Timber Cove Inn has available now.
The New York Times is reporting that blue whales, the world’s largest animal, are being seen in droves off the Northern California coast. The ocean giants are being lured by an increase this year in their favorite food — shrimplike creatures known as krill.