Monday, November 14, 2011
Exploring Moss Landing
AS I drove north from Monterey, I veered off the main highway onto the narrow road that leads to Moss Landing a few blocks away. This used to be an antique mecca and there are still a couple of antique shops there, but the main attraction is the quaint old buildings, a nice-looking restaurant called the Haute Enchilada, and the Shakespeare Museum. I spoke to Terry Taylor at the museum, who told me that the group is hoping to create an entire Renaissance-style village, complete with theater, in a nearby vacant middle school.