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Getting Happy in Harmony, CA

As we were driving down Highway 1, we stumbled across a teeny little town called Harmony. The population is 18 and if you blink you will miss it, so don't blink! Isn't this door gorgeous?While in Harmony, you can check out pottery, glass blowing and a sweet little chapel if the romance of this itty bitty town moves you !
If you are not ready to go to the chapel and go and get married then head a little bit up the hill (you can't miss it) and you will find yourself at Harmony Cellars. Check out these fabulous doors that welcome you. This is where we got a little happy. NOT too happy (don't worry!) because we had to drive back and. That's why the shops/art studios I mentioned above are a nice play to chill and hang out after stopping for a tasting.Well dahlings, go and get yourself a little happy, it is friday after all. It is my last freedom friday of the summer. Profesora is back on next wed. But before I head back to the land of Red I think I will have me some red vino! CHEERS!


Maya said...

Harmony on Highway 1..., that's just too good. That restaurant looks soooo charming! It does kind of make we want to go back "on the road again"..., I'll go listen to Willie Nelson instead!

Have a wonderful weekend.

Erin said...

What a cute little town! I want to go to Harmony Cellars and get happy too!! That's such a cute pic of you guys!

Have a great holiday weekend! :)

Carmi said...

This would make me happy, too! What a delightful road trip find! You've taken me back to so many experiences I've had travelling to visit extended family when I was growing up. We stopped in so many tiny places - I wish I had had the foresight to capture them as richly as you have here.

(And that door? Divine.)

anita said...

i absolutely love this.
that door said alot about the 18 townfolks..

thanks for sharing harmony!

Drawn to The Sea said...

"Divine" is the perfect description for that gorgeous door. Less people does often = more harmony.; less squabbling over how things "should" be.


Gabbi said...

I'd heard of this town! But can't remember when or where now? :) Nevertheless, I love your photos Laura... clearly a must visit.

Wishing you a great weekend!

Meta said...

Loving all your photos of your trip - makes me feel like I am there! You have such a great eye! Also enjoy all those pics of Norm on the beach and that pic of him hanging out the window of the car....'objects may be closer'....is so adorably funny!!