Where are the Peanuts?

Do you know where this wild blue Snoopy is? Hint: It’s not in Santa Rosa. Last week’s statue Judy correctly identified that these are at the Century 21 office – North St near College in Santa Rosa. For other views – here’s Snoopy swimming with sharks cocktail in hand. Charlie, #1 agent with a house sale…

Navarro River Beach & Mendocino Townlife

After the requisite stop at Salt Point, lunch at Trinks, and shopping across the street in Gualala – we stopped at the beach on the Navarro River and the Pacific Ocean. Most of Navarro River Redwoods State Park‘s 700 acres run along the the river. Pomo Indians occupied the land for thousands of years. Scottish Captain Charles Fletcher came…

Where are the Peanuts?

Do you know where these Snoopy and Charlie Brown statues are? Hint: There’s also a Woodstock nearby.   Last week’s statue Lori correctly identified that this was at Santa Rosa Plaza. It’s in the center court near the 4th St entrance. At Coddingtown, are Snoopy and Charlie statues, near the busy kid’s play area.   For…

Sunday’s New & Revisit: Salt Point

Making our almost annual visit to Mendocino, we just had to stop at Salt Point. The waves were high and the easy and wheelchair accessible trail has been repaired. Looking north from the parking lot is what alerted me to the trail repair. In a short distance, the road-like trail was fully soggy. And the…

Where are the Peanuts?

Do you know where this Charlie Brown statue is?   Last week’s statue This Charlie Brown is inside the Exchange Bank at 4th and Mendocino. The tie-in that the Exchange Bank used to – temporarily stopped – and then started again – funding Doyle Scholarships through a foundation to local high school graduates to go to…

Sunday’s Revisit: Petaluma Adobe

Petaluma Adobe is One Big Abode This visit was from January 2011. A beautiful spot with a good history fix. The hills are green again like this. Yippee! General Vallejo’s Petaluma Adobe was surrounded by a 66,000 acres rancho in the early 1800s. As a State Historic Park today, the grounds are small and a walk…