Travelogue: Sea Ranch

Sea Ranch   Sea Ranch is a stretch of land along the Pacific Coast in Sonoma County. The guiding principle of the community is to preserve the area’s natural beauty. Thanks to one architect’s vision, all of the houses are made out of natural wood and blend in with the surroundings, drawing inspiration from the landscape and even the direction of the wind. There are no street lights, all the plants are indigenous .  It’s easily one of my favorite places on earth, and I’d like to share it with you today.

IMG_2717  IMG_2720 IMG_2652 IMG_2663 IMG_2655  Best seat in the house, where you can watch waves crashing onto shore. Deer often pass by too. Champ knows best. IMG_2707IMG_2710

Breakfast from Two Fish Baking Company. Their morning buns are the stuff of legend. The owners start baking at 2:30 am using only the freshest ingredients, and their pastries are known to sell out before 9 am. IMG_2711  Seal watching from the bluffs, using our super zoom camera.

IMG_2669 IMG_2675 IMG_2699  Russ captured this crazy seal versus octopus moment. Woah, nature.

Dinner at the Sea Ranch LodgeIMG_2728photo (5)

IMG_2681  IMG_2706   Rewarding ourselves with bowls of the world’s best clam chowder at Spud Point Crab Co. in Bodega Bay after driving back down the windy roads. IMG_2736 IMG_2734

Where to Stay in Sea Ranch:

What to Eat in Sea Ranch:

Things to Do and See in Sea Ranch:

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17 thoughts on “Travelogue: Sea Ranch

  1. miss you guys!! so cute. and in the 10 years we’ve been friends.. i’ve never been to sea ranch!! must change that asap! 🙂

    • When I first saw and heard the seal, I thought the octopus was still alive and choking him. And then I realized that the seal was just a messy eater who was obviously not pleased with our spying.

  2. Love all of the links of things to do/eat at Sea Ranch! I felt like that seal needed a knife to eat that octopus! Amazing!

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