This past weekend, Matthew and I visited Fort Ross, a former Russian establishment just outside of Jenner. Built in 1812, the fort was an agricultural base from which northern settlements could be supplied with food for trade. The day was windy and rainy, making our visit eerie to say the least. Relics from the establishment were displayed in a series of wooden houses, including a room filled with bones and skulls from past hunting expeditions. Since there were almost no visitors during our stay, it felt as if we were in a ghost town tucked deep within the woods. I wore a weekend favorite of mine- a simple 1970s cotton dress and vintage mary jane flats. I especially enjoy the vibrant colors of the dress, which was a rather nice contrast to the dreary setting.