The Sunday Traveler~The Gypsy


The Sunday Traveler had just found her spirit guide. I fell in love with this boat, and as the muse would have it, I was approached and told I was on private property and best to remove myself from the premises; but not before snapping a photo.

A day driving farther up the coast from the San Francisco Bay Area, we found a gorgeous spring day, a sparkling ocean, and delicious oysters along the way

Of course we stopped to taste at The Marshall Store, a waterfront “shack” serving grilled and raw oysters to be enjoyed inside or outside along a long bar/table to feast on.

Fabulous lunch stops like this are a thing of serendipity that don’t come along every day.

We moved on down the road leaving the ocean for a little while and driving along with vistas of bucolic beauty

And then we hit the ocean one more time at Goat Rock Beach in Jenner before heading home.

The Sunday Traveler is reveling in local travel; living in Northern California provides such beauty within easy reach for day trips, or long weekends. No passport required.

As always, thanks for traveling with me.



About Angeline M

Love travel and photography. Living in Northern California. Photos of locations visited are personal file photos.
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9 Responses to The Sunday Traveler~The Gypsy

  1. This looks gorgeous! And lunch sounds like a winner! I love oysters.

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  2. Thanks for the nudge, Angeline. It’s time for us to head out to Pt Reyes some day soon.

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  3. joyroses13 says:

    Ahhh! To live so close to the ocean, would love it! Thanks for the pictures! 🙂

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  4. Tippy Gnu says:

    Wow, great photos. I especially like the artichoke, just because it’s so unusual. That’s a true unicorn.

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