Tuesday, March 3, 2009

Go Here Now

Fort Bragg Whale Festival
March 21 & 22, 2009

With some 20,000 gray whales migrating north from birthing grounds in Mexico to their winter home in Alaska, there will be plenty of whales to view from the Pomo Bluffs Park in Fort Bragg and miles of beaches in MacKerricher State Park just north of the city.

Microbrew tasting and whale watching will be the featured attractions of the 26th Annual Fort Bragg Whale Festival March 21st and 22nd.

Along with dozens of microbrews, the area’s top chefs will produce their favorite chowders. A marine mammal art exhibit and crafts fair are also part of the two-day festival.

We got a room for Saturday Night.

No, Get your own.

1 comment:

Gunnar Berg said...

Hmmmm. Eschrichtius robustus chowder and beer, my favorite. Sorry about that, it'd be like eating my cousin.

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