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35mm photographer Elisabeth Dare at the Bridge Street Inn

 

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The Bridge Street Inn photographed by Elisabeth Dare

Elisabeth Dare is a nomadic analogue film photographer, US park ranger, and visual artist. Her work is created on film ranging from 35mm to instant and medium format photographs. She often uses alternative materials to develop film such as tea, wine and laundry detergent to create organic imperfections in her work.

The Bridge Street Inn film imperfections was created with orange juice.

Check out her work at http://untidysouls.com/

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Bluesy Stephanie plus open mic at the Bridge Street Inn

Bluesy Stephanie plays at the Bridge Street Inn. She wowed the small group of Cambria’s who were fortunate enough to enjoy this special UK artist. Open mic had stellar performances by Allison and Brandon. Followed by an after hours party at Linn’s and Mozzi’s. Ask the Bridge Street Inn about playing a house show.

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Allison Hayward sings the truth about the Cambria deer.  Did you know they are bastards?

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Brandon Follett sings about why, “too much love makes the world go mad!”

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Sunny day, music, and friends

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After hour party at Mozzi’s

Sexy Cats in Cambria, California

Song inspired by the latest piece of art found for the Bridge Street Inn. The song is also a shout out to the other cats I’ve enjoyed in the Cambria area. Come visit the Bridge Street Inn located in Cambria, CA half way between SF and LA.

Come stay in Room 4.  Sleep in the Sexy Cat room.

 

Hermit Music Festival poster arrives at the Bridge Street Inn

When a package from Ava Honey arrives at the Bridge Street Inn there can only be something special inside. Inside an Amy Chen, Hermit Music Festival, poster. Thank you Ava and Amy.   Enjoy more of  Amy’s art at www.amybchen.com

Bridge Street Inn host gets a Haircut

Bridge Street Inn guest gives her host a stylish new look. Thank you Stephanie Radford. Check out more of Stephanie’s hair adventures at Stayradhair on Instagram. https://www.instagram.com/stayradhair/

Bridge Street Inn presents Records and Rye

The first annual records and rye party was a success. We celebrated the music of 2017 with vinyl and whiskey. Some of the highlights was the remastered 50th anniversary Sgt. Pepper Beatles record and the new LCD Soundsystem record. We honored Jessi Zazu formerly of Those Darlins and Chris Cornell formerly of Soundgarden and Audioslave. There was also an open mic period where guests shared vinyl favorites not necessarily released in 2017 but albums that helped make the year special. One record was the Star Wars soundtrack played in honor of Carrie Fischer. The Bridge Street Inn looks forwards to discovering the tunes of 2018.

PRESS RELEASE:

Records and Rye. 2017 was a amazing year for music. To ring in 2018 the Bridge Street Inn will be hosting a 2017 record listening party. Two of the records we will be listening to made the KEXP top 10. Plus a never before opened Beatles 50th anniversary edition of Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band. Together we will discover the contents of the Beatles record. Music lovers are encouraged to bring their favorite 2017 release or anniversary edition records. Those who bring a record will be asked to give a short talk about why their record choice is special to them. This is an opportunity to learn about your community through music. Feel free to bring a snack and BYOB. Monday, Jan 8 from 7pm to 9pm at the Bridge Street Inn.

13 mile bike ride from Cambria to Cayucos becomes a half day adventure

 

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13 mile bike ride from Cambria to Cayucos becomes a half day adventure

The 13 mile ride from the Bridge Street Inn to Cayucos can turn into a half day adventure with ample hiking, beach naps, art galleries, wine tasting, coffee shops and restaurants.  Plus it only costs $1.50 to a catch a ride for yourself and bike on teh RTA bus back to Cambria.

Below are links to some of the authors favorite stops on the Cambria to Cayucos bike ride.

Harmony Cellers

Harmony Headlands

Ruddell’s Smokehouse

Cayucos Collective

Brown Butter Cookie Company

Top Dog Coffee Bar