Tag Archives: Sausalito

Cool Carvings in Sausalito

ool carvings, Sybrian's Sausalito Sea Lion, Susan Sternau photo

One of my favorite cool carvings in Sausalito is one I see almost every day. It is the Miner Forty-Niner panning for gold outside our local hardware store, Waterstreet Hardware,  at the corner of Caledonia and Litho Streets. Albert, who has worked at Waterstreet since 1964, told me that Barney West carved the Miner. Barney […]

Floating Art Colony of Sausalito

Ferry Vallejo Houseboat, floating art colony

Where is the floating art colony of Sausalito? With its almost three miles of waterfront on Richardson Bay, Sausalito has been always been a great place to anchor a boat. This little town has a history as a safe harbor for ships restocking water and supplies. More recently, it has welcomed a number of retired […]

The Gingerbread House Tour: Sausalito’s Annual Tradition

Gingerbread Casa Madrona Hote & Spa

The Gingerbread House Tour and Competition: The Gingerbread House Tour and Competition is one of the reasons I love December in Sausalito. Some other reasons are the lighted boat parade, houses with Christmas lights marching up the hills, the smell of Christmas Trees from the lot in Dumphy Park. Fishing boats appear in Richardson Bay, […]