3/10/10

Blog post of recent, stray images

You come here wanting to see something. What can I show you?

I have some more pictures from last weekend. No subset of pictures suffice to make a whole blog post, so I'm grouping them all together and organizing them in chapters.

(But don't be fooled. If you're visiting us after being away for awhile, our most exciting recent blog post is the Cazadero Garden from a few days ago.)

Chapter 1: Scenes seen from the back seat of a moving car

Random picture taken from the backseat

Owning ocean-front property in California is a huge financial risk. I mean, look at that wave. And we don't have any volcanoes making new land like they do in Hawai'i!

Random picture taken from the backseat

Then again, this is your window.

Random picture taken from the backseat

Who can say.

Random picture taken from the backseat

Chapter 2: In which we stop the car and get out, briefly

Bodega Bay

Bodega Bay

Bodega Bay

Bodega Bay

This is the tiny town of Bodega. Ansel Adams photographed the church once.

Bodega Bay

Bodega Bay

But the town is more famous for this building--the schoolhouse Alfred Hitchcock used in The Birds.

Bodega Bay

We saw no unusual birds here. But just in case I had my tough guy face on.

random

Chapter 3: Redwoods, etc., whooshing by.

Random picture taken from the backseat

Random picture taken from the backseat

Random picture taken from the backseat

Don't worry. We weren't speeding.

Random picture taken from the backseat

6 comments:

Kaveh said...

Ahhh! Awesome! The Birds is one of my favorite movies and Bodega Bay is one of the last stretches of HWY 1 I have not been to yet. Maybe I'll take a trip up that way this year.

Julie said...

Ahhhhhhhh.........lovely.....ahhhhhhhhhhhhhh!!!

Bonnie Story said...

They have done a magnificent job restoring the school house. The window trim makes my knees go weak!

Noelle said...

Your beautiful photos brought back many wonderful memories of trips along the NorCal coast :^)

fairegarden said...

Always fun riding along with you, Chuck. Loved the tough guy face, those birds would not have messed with you for sure.
Frances

Delphine said...

oh c'est beauuuuuu