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streamside canyon setting. The gallery features lots of American ar ts and crafts, including sculptures, paintings and jewelry; there's always something eye-catching and unusual. The Henry Miller Library isn't really a gallery, though there's intriguing (and often eccentric) art scattered about its grounds. Miller made Big Sur his home for almost 20 years beginning in the '40s, and the library (with its vinyl albums and books of Beat Generation and earlier heroes), its performance grounds and its oddball sensibilities are welcoming and uniquely Big Sur. Dining Where the Condors Cruise OK, so there's a day of it in Big Sur, and it's been dandy. Why leave? Grab that change of clothes and take the road up to the restaurant at Ventana, where the savory food competes with the views from the expansive patio. It boasts a civilized menu, good drinks and atten- tive service. 126 C A R M E L M A G A Z I N E • S P R I N G / S U M M E R 2 0 1 6 Worth th e journey to this frou-fro u little store, for original slee pwear and robes made in Carmel. Dolores Street between 5th and 6th, Carmel by the Sea ( 8 3 1 ) 2 9 3 - 8 6 3 6 • w w w . r u f f l e m e t o s l e e p . c o m

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