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Driving North out of Mendocino, California we come across the small Pacific Coast town of Fort Bragg.  It said it was part of the Mendocino County Historical Society.  It was built by Tom Johnson who was superintendent of the Redwood Lumber Company.  That became the Union Lumber Company and it was used for a guest house for the executives and guests. It has over 65,000 sq feet of Redwood and Douglas fir lumber in it with gorgeous interior woodwork. It directly views the West Coast sunsets.


For more on this House go to: The Guest House Museum