JoAnna & Myles
We are thankful for so many things this year! Chief among them is the fact that we bought this business back in 1999 when it was located in a 3-story, 100 year old building in downtown Cayucos. Today, because of you and your desire to return to our many dealers' booths year after year and shop the incredible treasures they bring in, this business continues to grow and flourish! We opened our second store location a couple of years ago that you can access from the same parking lot in the Redwood Center. We thank you, our "regulars", for your repeat business and continue to welcome those of you who have just discovered Rich Man Poor Man Antiques Mall! All of us involved with the Mall will continue to strive to make a visit truly worth your while! We are thankful for you and wish you a wonderful holiday season in 2017!
If you are coming to Cambria from the North and wondering about the road closure on Highway One, CalTrans has completed reconstruction of the bridge up in the Big Sur area, so that is once again open and easy to get to from the North. However, they are still working on building a new road across the massive mudslide that blocks the highway about 34 miles South of the now-open bridge. They tell us that should be finished by about September of 2018. In the meantime, if you are coming from the north, it is easy to take Highway 101 down to Paso Robles, cut over on Highway 46 West, and turn north for about two miles when you reach Highway One. That's all it takes to find yourself in our beautiful little bit of paradise! Coming from the south or central portion of California ... no change in your route. Just be aware, and plan accordingly. We are here and we look forward to seeing you! Please remember to drive with care. Most of the roads in our area are two lane, so you can't drive at the speeds you may be used to. You are in S.L.O. (slow) County. Please be careful.
Remember, when you are in Cambria, there are a lot of other things to do during your stay. Moonstone Beach: search the sand for those milk-white Moonstones... or enjoying a relaxing glass of local wine as you watch the sun set... or seeing what our California State Park system offers. Enjoy day-parks to overnight camping to Hearst Castle, the hilltop estate of the late wealthy publisher, William Randolph Hearst. Tours of the estate, including ADA Accessible tours and Evening Tours are available, but you should go on-line or call the ticket office in advance to secure your tours, so you won't be disappointed! There are also the beautiful coastal vistas, the fascinating Elephant Seals in their protected beach habitat 4.7 miles north of Hearst Castle, the 1875 lighthouse (which now provides an on-line site where you can buy tickets for their guided tours... go to http://recreation.gov and search for "Piedras Blancas"), and of course, the great wine country, shopping, restaurants, and antique stores in the coastal towns from Cambria south to Pismo Beach and East to Atascadero and Paso Robles! It's all here and Cambria is your starting point at the top of the Central Coast map. So, drop by and say "Hi"!
Please remember: WE LOVE PETS! Yes, it's OK to bring your leashed pet-shopper in with you while you shop in our store! If you're comfortable, we're comfortable! For a look at who's been here, click on our Pooch Page! We look forward to seeing you soon and thank you so much for your friendship, patronage and support!
JoAnna and Myles