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Postcards Mendocino
Discover Mendocino
Discover Mendocino pronounced "MEN-DOUGH-SEA-NO", although locals usually say "Mendo". This Victorian coastal village is the only town on the California Coast that is designated as a Historical Landmark. Established in the 1850's the architecture is reminiscent of Maine with its grand Victorians and quaint Saltbox cottages. Flowers grow lush and many of the Mendocino Inns offer beautiful gardens to enjoy. Mendocino is a photographers paradise, everywhere you look there is another picture postcard waiting to be snapped. From crashing waves and old-fashioned water towers to flower covered picket fences and sandy beaches - just some of the magic that makes Mendocino unique.

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Postcards Little River
Discover Mendocino Little River
Discover Little River and it's unique attraction, Van Damme State Park. There are three distinct parts to this park; the beach is a favorite for kayakers and abalone divers. The east portion of the park features a paved trail through picturesque towering redwoods that progresses into a hiking trail that loops through a pygmy forest. The nutrient-poor, highly acidic clay hardpan soil that is found at this level of the Mendocino Coast terrain is relatively inhospitable. As a result, the trees are dwarfed; some mature trees are barely waist-high even though they are hundreds of years old.

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postcards fort bragg
Discover  Mendocino Ft. Bragg
Discover Fort Bragg it's a rustic seaside town with a working fishing harbor, beautiful State Parks on the beach and in the redwood forests. You'll find a great selection of interesting shops, everything from grocery stores to stylish boutiques. Fort Bragg is best known for the Skunk Train, it's an old Time Train that takes you on a redwood forest journey without having to hike. Just south of Fort Bragg, on the ocean side of Hwy 1, is a "Must See" for any flower lover, the Mendocino Coast Botanical Gardens are the only oceanfront botanical gardens in America.

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Postcards South Coast
Discover  Mendocino Coast
Discover Mendocino's South Coast, from the quaint villages of Albion (pronounced AL-BEE-INN) and Elk to Gualala pronounced "Wah-Lah-Lah", by the locals, and The Sea Ranch. These lovely seaside villages are found on either side of where Hwy 128 meets the Pacific Ocean. You'll be welcomed into these lively, close-knit communities, by friendly locals. You're sure to experience one of your favorite oceanfront getaways, perched on scenic bluffs, high above the prettiest coast you'll every find.

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Postcards Wine Country
Wine Taste in Mendocino's Wine Country
The Mendocino Wine Tasting Tour is best traveled in a loop, beginning on Highway 101, in the quaint little town of Hopland. This community was formed in 1890, when Wallace Thatcher opened the first wine country lodging next to the railroad station to comfort weary travelers. These wineries and tasting rooms along Hwy 101, are your best option if you're headed to the North Coast via Hwy 20.

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