Mallard House

Address: 970 North Main Street, Lakeport, California, 95453, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B is located on 970 North Main Street, Lakeport.
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    Travel Blogs from Lakeport

    Walnuts

    A travel blog entry by annapeters on Oct 23, 2013

    20 photos

    ... land. I went along with terry and Lara and we set about collecting buckets of walnuts. It's one of the 4 major agriculture crops here in lake county. (The other 3 are pears, cannabis and grapes) Lara told me today that walnuts only became a major crop here in California in the days of prohibition, before that grapes were the main crop for most land owners. They have a beautiful ranch and whilst picking there were deers and chicken running around the place. We also had ...

    Second Pick.. A Long Day...

    A travel blog entry by dave22 on Oct 12, 2013

    3 photos

    ... We loaded up the truck and set off for the long journey down the track to the road and then south to San Francisco and the winery, finally arriving there at just after eight to unload the grapes. It's too late now to sort them,so we're going to head back tomorrow.. At around 10 we arrived at the house in Sunnyvale. This will be my first night in a proper (sort of) bed since I got up on Thursday morning - 75 hours ago.. More importantly - my first shower!! ...

    Russian River, Hendy Woods and Home...

    A travel blog entry by winegalcj on Jul 18, 2012

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... park, and the long ago home to the rather famous “Hendy Hermit” – a displaced Russian immigrant who made his home in the hollowed out trunk of a fallen giant redwood for some 18 years before his death in 1971. You can hike to see the two huts that he lived in. I briefly considered becoming the next Hendy Hermit, but my cage is a problem and there are very territorial Blue Jays here that give me the willies and, besides all ...

    My Last Work Day and Post at Le Vin

    A travel blog entry by keeleyhope on Mar 19, 2010

    4 photos

    ... understood what we were supposed to do after he explained it, left and let us think. We took turns with all the steps, but the general process is as follows. We had to smell the recycled bottles we were filling and make sure to not fill the rancid ones. Yeah, I thought it was a little sketchy. Then we filled bottles one at a time from these shiny, metal casks. It took a while to find all these bottles and caps. It's a little disorganized in there and filled with ...

    New WWOOFers and a Decision to Stay

    A travel blog entry by keeleyhope on Mar 15, 2010

    41 photos

    ... freezer pie the day before it was tofu cream pie with banana, mango an pineapple. That girl is talented.

    We didn't finish until 11:30 and it broke up pretty quickly. Jen, Nicole, Mercedes and I talked in the hot tub for a bit and the rest went to bed. Then Jen and I moved down to the Inn. It felt weird giving up my spot in the house, but it is nice to have our own space as well. I couldn't blog last night so Jen and I sat up and talked boys until 2:00 am.
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