John & Anne Wiley

2015/07/14

Cormorant to Anderson

Across yet another ravine from the Farm in yesterday’s post are another few buildings apparently associated with Esalen, with the top one in this pic named Cormorant Cove Guest House on gMaps.

5762 Cormorant House

5762 Cormorant House

After that it looks like regular “single family” living beyond that row of trees, because side by side on the big beige deck are two lounges with two white bathtubs below. Imagine living here with spectacular nature all around and Esalen next door.

5759 Single Family

5759 Single Family

Dotted along the coast beyond you can see homes and mansions surrounding the Buck Creek and Burns Creek bridges.

5748 Burns & Buck Creeks

5748 Burns & Buck Creeks

To the left of Burns Creek is an especially nice estate with a home down closer to the water, where surf sounds and spray serenade sleepers in the storm.

5745 Cliff's Edge

5745 Cliff’s Edge

Nearby next to Anderson Creek is another home close to the pounding sea, built to a striking and fanciful plan.

5740 Play House

5740 Play House

Back on the other side of the bridge are these seldom seen deeper sea caves that evoke the magic of what’s just ahead on the road for tomorrow’s post.

5737 Sea Caves

5737 Sea Caves

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