Need a little piece of Mendocino? Our goal is to carry every book in print about the area, and quite a few that are out of print as well. This is just a taste of our selection.
Well-known artist David Gregory and author John Bear, both of whom lived for years in Mendocino, have collaborated on a 2011 edition of their long-out-of-print 1986 book, the first and still the only book devoted entirely to images and words on Mendocino.
Driving Highway 1 along the Mendocino coast is a scenic adventure that draws thousands of visitors every year. Following the coast from Gualala on the south to Needle Rock in the north can be a challenge and features back-road driving. But imagine 100 years ago. Were there roads then too? How did people move along the coast? And what were they doing? Why did they settle here?
The village of Mendocino, California is surrounded by the Pacific Ocean and by Mendocino Headlands State Park and welcomes the visitor not only to a friendly small town but to an historic district filled with unique examples of 19th-century architecture, charming shops and inns, art galleries and spas, gourmet restaurants, two history museums, and the renowned Mendocino Art Center -- all surrounded by the natural beauty of grassy headlands, rocky shores and redwood forests. This guide includes photos and information on the most important sites plus a map and walking tour. Updated 2010.
A woman private eye in the idyllic village of Mendocino investigates a case involving robbery, drug trafficking, and homicide. 5,000 first printing. Advertising. Author tour.
More than 130 of Larry Ulrich's dramatic full-color photographs take you on an awe-inspiring journey along California's beautiful North Coast.
2010 BAIPA Award Winner: Best Short Stories.
Inspired by the teachings of the Buddha, these forty-two contemporary short stories will uplift and inspire modern-day readers, who needn t have interest in Buddhist spiritual practice nor be familiar with Buddhist jargon to derive full enjoyment from reading them.
The unique and colorful houseboat community has long been the centerpiece of life in Sausalito, and while these floating homes are well known, relatively few people know just how far back their history goes. Not a recent phenomenon, as so many assume, the houseboat community has a history stretching back to the 1880s and earlier.
Perched high atop a hill overlooking the Pacific Ocean, the northernmost campus of the California State University system is celebrating its centennial. The natural environment of forests and oceans provide the perfect setting for hands-on research in forestry, oceanography, wildlife, natural resources, environmental science and resource engineering, and fisheries biology.
The Sea Ranch, translated from the Spanish Del Mar Ranch, occupies the northwest corner of Sonoma County and is renowned for its architecture and environmental sensitivity. The development of a second-home community in 1965 was just one more chapter in a long history that began in 1846.
"Someday" Big Fred Hewett used to say in his Humboldt Saloon in Aberdeen, Washington, "these pictures will show how the boys used to do it." He knew the day would come when the Pacific Northwest's "Big Woods" would be only a fog-blurred memory and the cry "Logs More Logs " would no longer be heard ringing up and down the skidroads.
The reissue of the classic history about the sawmill industry in the Pacific Northwest is rich in memories. Here is the vital and true story of the triumphant growth and its undying promise, shown with superb photography and told with exciting text. The utilitarian waterwheel, the great days of the steam sawmill, and the epic courage of the schooner masters are told in all their glory.
After service in Vietnam, instead of the city, the author found a life through seasonal work in the country, a life that he could live on his own terms.
On t.p. and cover, word "round" in inverted, reversed and upside down.