Sights seen at Mendocino’s Rattlesnake Creek, Hole-in-the-Wall swim Site.

Warm weather lured us up U.S. 101 to the Hole-in-the-Wall swim site on Mendocino’s Rattlesnake Creek. Right off the highway, down a neatly hidden, meandering trail, it hides in plain sight. If you didn’t know it was there, you wouldn’t know it was there. We took the half-naked otter handyman of Timbers (not to be confused with the half-naked muscle-bear handyman of Sunfair) and his monkey-man hobby photographer boyfriend. Down the trail to the water and the picturesque rock formations that give the place its name: the cool hole already hosted a half dozen hippies, a few cute naked nature boys, a woman-and-kid or two and some dogs. [photoevent: 9 July 2010]

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3 responses to “Sights seen at Mendocino’s Rattlesnake Creek, Hole-in-the-Wall swim Site.

  1. Zoe Westbrook

    Hey!
    I went here as a kid and I’ve been trying to find it again ever since which is how I stumbled onto this blog post. Would you guys be able to email me where this is? I really just want to see it all of it’s magic again!
    -Zoe

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