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The sandwich cost and was worth every penny — the million-dollar view was free.
Some 5,000 or more men lived at lumber camps in the woods, he said, and about 1,000 lived in town. While it’s well-known that wood from Mendocino County’s forests was used to rebuild San Francisco after the Great Earthquake of 1906, many aren’t aware that redwood from nearby forests was made into railroad ties used as far away as South America.
There’s an entire room dedicated to photos, some framed, others in albums donated by local families.
An inveterate forager, Kammerer also collects seaweed from the beach below the inn, and mushrooms from Mendocino’s forests.
He and Nemec intend to offer diners a sense of place, so virtually everything served comes from within a 50-mile radius of the inn, including wine such as the Pinot from nearby Drew Family Cellars.When the region was ceded by Mexico to the United States in 1848, it was the United States' "last frontier." The region remained one of the most isolated areas of California and the United States until, after 18 years of construction, the Carmel–San Simeon Highway (now signed as part of State Route 1) was completed in 1937.Along with the ocean views, the winding, narrow road, often cut into the face of seaside cliffs, dominates the visitor's experience of Big Sur.Fresh fish is purchased at docks from fisherman, and the fare is Asian-inspired, not heavy, with a healthy dose of sea vegetables and pickled delicacies.