Here is a picture of the beautiful Guest House Museum, below.
I love great museums inside of fabulous old houses!
Cap'n Flints on N. Harbor Drive.
In all of the times I have visited Fort Bragg, this was the first time I'd ever eaten there:
We thoroughly enjoyed both our meal and our experience there.
I had clam chowder, bread and a nice salad:
Nasturtiums are so cheerful and pretty; I think all three of us get excited when we see them - and they grow so well on the coast - I couldn't resist taking pictures:
After all, this train is one of the main reasons he and I have taken so many trips to Fort Bragg over the years:
I love the clothing, and that Tree Of Life is spectacular!
I loved it - SO many fabulous socks that you have a REALLY hard time choosing!
Lori got the two shown below - so cute!
You really can't go to Fort Bragg and not go to Mendocino, as well - at least, not as far as we're concerned!
This charming town has tons of fabulous shops, galleries, restaurants and inns.
We love it there.
Tina and Lori both stayed there on their honeymoons.
I snapped photos of two gorgeous paintings of the town that were for sale in one of the galleries.
"Bayside Village", an original oil by artist Erin Dertner, priced at $8000:
Home Style Cafe in Fort Bragg, which is, by far, one of the best restaurants in town for breakfast and lunch.
One egg with cheese, bacon, potatoes and a biscuit - believe it or not, this was considered a "lighter" breakfast!
It was great:
So, simply because I can, I will end today's post with two more nasturtium photos.....