Today the California Mille came into Ferndale, which is basically a bunch of rich guys driving really expensive cars up and down the coast of California. The cars have to be from the 30s to the early 60s and are primarily sports cars. The drivers left Mendocino in the morning and arrived in Ferndale via the Lost Coast. Given that many of the cars were built in the era before disc brakes, I was really impressed that they didn’t all end up in one big heap at the bottom of the hill going into Honeydew. The car pictured in today’s picture is a very nice Porsche Speedster convertible which was my favorite, and pictured in the reflection is a turquoise woody station wagon that was Jessica’s favorite. She’s obviously more practical than I am.