is a great stopping place as you drive north or come south on
highway 101. Picnic tables for a lunch and an adobe grounds
to stroll through after lunch is a great thing to do. You can
combine your visit with the San Miguel Mission and the local
attractions of the Paso Robles area.
yourself traveling by stage coach and stopping at this Inn while
in route from Los Angeles to San Francisco. Today we hardly
notice this adobe when we pass by, but in those days a stop
and chance to refresh ourselves inside the cool adobe walls
would be highly welcomed.
as then, people in the museum are there to welcome you. The
museum's docents are on hand to sell books not always found
at Mission San Miguel. For the history buffs, the 367 indexed
book entitled "The Lands of Mission San Miguel" by
Wallace V. Ohles gives a real feel for the life and history
of Mission San Miguel and subsequent happenings to its lands.
you will agree that this adobe is well worth preserving as a
part of the early California history.