The little town of Port Costa, on the Carquinez Strait in Northern California, about 30 miles from San Francisco is another world away. It goes back to the old days, what all the little towns around here were at one time.
Communal mail boxes where I can envision people picking up mail and standing about to chat when they meet up with their neighbors.
The visit to Port Costa was made one morning during the week, so most places were closed, but it was fun walking around on the little main street peeking into windows and imagining a time when life may have been a little simpler.
I’ll just take you along on my walk for a little way
The Warehouse Cafe right by the water, famous among all in the area, and hosts some great weekend music outside in back.
Short walk, but I hope it was enjoyed. There are so many wonderful little places like this tucked away nearby. More road trips are on my list.