We’re baaaaack!

Welcome (back) to MoHo’s travel blog. After a long hiatus we’ve decided to recommit, and reconstitute our blog. As in our previous endeavor (which we unfortunately titled MoHo 2013, not thinking about how limiting it might be to put the then-current year in the title), you’ll find descriptions of places we visit that we think are really cool, as well as some great photographs. For all you armchair travelers out there, we put the miles on so you don’t have to. For more active travelers, maybe you’ll find some ideas of places to go.

In our next few posts we will share some of our favorite spots as we meander along the Sonoma/Mendocino coast to points further inland in Mendocino County. Our first stop is the coastal town of Gualala, CA, just north of the Gualala River which divides Mendocino from Sonoma County, and then inland to the Anderson Valley, also in Mendocino County—home of the towns of Philo and Boonville, many fine wineries, the Anderson Valley Brewery, artists studios, and some remaining vestiges of the women’s back-to-the-land movement of the 70’s.

We consider ourselves very fortunate to live within a few hours driving distance of so many beautiful places in California, and we also have our appetite whetted for trips further afield during this coming year.

You can still read our insightful blog posts from 2013 in which we toured Red Rock Country on the way to Southern Indiana to visit our exes (whom we introduced and are now a couple), traveled up to the Northwest for a Big Gay Jewish wedding and to visit gay relatives, ferried to the Sunshine Coast of B.C., and bussed around Western Ireland with the Anne Feeney music tour. Just go to moho2013.wordpress.com. Maybe someday we will figure out how to combine our blogs!



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