Chelsea Cooper-Clarke says her small clothing and gifts shop, has “something for travelers, and something for people who want a little more natural stuff in their life.”   David Briggs
Captain Oko, a purveyor of goods sourced from small designers and fair-trade collectives, opened in June in the small cabin at the intersection of Highway 1 and Levee Road. The shop takes its name from its one-time resident, Adolph S. Oko, Jr., a “stoic and storied seafarer.” At age 44, he was r

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