A Rainy Day in Harmony
Harmony, CA – Population 18
One of the most charming wide spots in the road is Harmony, California. This tiny town, founded in 1869 around dairy farms and a creamery, now features a couple of art galleries and even a winery!
On my most recent visit the weather was dreary and wet… but that didn’t stop me from taking a few photos.
I even managed to snag a photo of “The Heart of Harmony” without cars parked in front of it! (That changed about 30 seconds after I captured this photo.)
On the surrounding hillsides, you’ll often see happy California cows grazing. They is also an amusing public art display of cows in the town.
I peeked into the back of the pottery gallery and spotted these super organized cardboard boxes. I thought they looked cool!
Harmony is one of my favorite spots to visit on the Central Coast. This tiny enclave has my heart!
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