Jeffers has long been one of my favorite poets, and his home and the nearby land and seascapes are more part of his work than for any other poet I know. Visiting the home, sitting in his work chair, seeing the 'bed by the window' that he wrote about, climbing to the top of Hawk Tower, seeing his and Una's books on the shelves and his family photographs, all while accompanied by a deeply knowledgeable and helpful docent, was a very powerful experience.
Tours are only done on Friday and Saturday, so plan accordingly. Each group has a maximum of 10 people. The small number of visitors is undoubtedly one reason why the home is so well preserved.
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