Featherbed Railroad Bed & Breakfast Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Today we decided to go out and explore more of the Pacific Coast Line. We took the Pacific Coast Highway from Fort Bragg to Bodega Bay! What a beautiful stretch of coast. I fell in love with The Pacific Ocean. We stopped several times just to take in the scenery. The road was very windy, often without guardrails. Sometimes, I felt like I needed to jump over into ...
... we all shopped for & prepared together. Was so great to hang out & catch up.
The next day, as we headed toward Glen Ellen to meet up with the next friend, Shane & I stopped at a swim hole we were told about, right off the highway & enjoyed some play time in to water.
... that it is the most beautiful and inviting country I have ever seen. It’s old world charm and quaintness is mesmerizing and in a sense, intoxicating. Every back road we traveled, every hill we climbed and every step we took, brought us to a new and different visual thrill. The food was a gastronomic playground. It brought us much joy to experience their regional cuisine that is absolutely delicious. Their style is more simple, but more flavor intense, then we have ...
... At first, I really never had the desire. There was too much here in the States I wanted to see first. Then as the years went by, my curiosity developed. However, by then I had the two boys and there was no way I was going to leave them for that long. Also, as our love for wine developed throughout the years, so did my desire to visit the country that produces some of the best. In my ...
... it's tough. She also said that to make room for the new girls, she and I would sleep in The Inn, above the wine bar, until the weekend guests arrive.
Eventually Eric, for the first time really, gave us a group pruning lesson. He finally conveyed all the dos and don'ts. They have only hosted WWOOFers for two years but they've had 200 of them so I guess it is understandable that he is a little scattered. There were mistakes out in the field, ...