and skip rocks on the water. The lighthouse is the closest point on the U.S.
mainland to Hawaii2 and also the tallest
one on the Pacific Coast, making climbing to the top of it a must! On your way
out, on Lighthouse Road, there is a
small trailhead (coordinates 38.940257,
- 123.729910 to be exact) that we take,
where you walk right along the bluffs
and then down to the perfect spot for
checking out the tide pools full of amazing sea creatures!
With so many outdoor activities to
enjoy and beautiful sights to see in the
Mendocino area, you can’t help but marvel at God’s incredible creation, and be
thankful that we get to be a part of it. Our
family loves making memories there, and
we hope that your family will too!
Jardel Manalo’s lively home includes her
husband of eleven years, Michael, and
their five children, Caleb ( 10), Joshua
( 8), Ruth ( 6), Titus ( 4), and Eden ( 2).
She loves the outdoors and exploring new
places with her adventurous family. When
she has a quiet moment, she loves to en-
joy a good cup of coffee while reading an
encouraging book or working on a sewing
ABOVE: The Point Arena Lighthouse can be seen on a clear day from Manchester Beach
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