Raccoon Cottage

2685 Elizabeth Court, Sebastopol, California, 95472, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 2685 Elizabeth Court, Sebastopol, is near Up & Away Ballooning, Iron Horse Vineyards, Gary Farrell Winery, and Martinelli Vineyard.
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Travel Blogs from Sebastopol

Finally! The Ocean!

A travel blog entry by augustinesghost on Oct 01, 2013

14 photos

... a good friend put me in a better mood, though.

My main goal for the day was to get to the ocean, which was less than ten miles away. There’s a great state park that comprises a large portion of the shoreline in Sonoma County. All the stress melted away when I saw the coast. The beaches match the stereotype for the Pacific Coast: cliffs, rocks, and huge waves. The sand was dark gray – nearly ...

Tofu County

A travel blog entry by orcatree on Dec 27, 2012

... you for stopping to smell the (ahem) hemp plants.

On one such trip we ended up with a "stowaway". Its a long story, but, our youngest- Tashi, ended up with us on a trip to see Paul et al. He was living in an old farm house in amongst the redwoods where gangs of vicious wild turkeys terrorized the stoned locals and kept them on their sandals, er, toes.

One night Paul suggested we go to the Ace for a beer. We reminded him that we had a (then) 12 year old with ...

The Grapes of Wrath

A travel blog entry by beachbumaxp on Jun 13, 2011

2 comments, 243 photos

... struggling on the bikes, I joked with Joanna about how ridiculous it must be to get BUI ticket (bicycling under the influence). So, as Murphy's Law continues to slap me in the face, Joanna's heavy purse betrayed her as she tried to make a tight turn, and she suffered a slight wipe out. My worry about her being hurt dissipated as I saw her laughing then looked to the right and saw that we were DIRECTLY IN FRONT OF A POLICE STATION. ...

Second Sonoma stopover

A travel blog entry by vietnam_view on Dec 05, 2010

20 photos

... 8217;t have time to go to a vineyard and she recommended a tasting room called Hawkes. So after a coffee stop and a lot of photos (Simon’s new passion) we rolled up to Hawkes.

The guy behind the counter looked like a cool Cali guy but actually turned out to be the wine maker. He was Mr Hawkes Junior (he and his Dad make the wines). He told us that ...

Almost there. . .

A travel blog entry by mickandbrit on Oct 27, 2010

12 photos

We had a hard time motivating ourselves to leave our tent in Redwood National/State/Regional Park, but weren't quite sure why. We had gotten plenty of sleep. It wasn’t too cold outside. And a bright sunlight was making its way through the canopy of redwood trees surrounding us. Why didn’t we want to start the day? We thought maybe because it would be our last one on the road.

After cleaning up in the campsite backgrounds ...