Olivet Grange Vineyards

Piner Rd., Santa Rosa, California, 95448, United States | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Santa Rosa

Santa Rosa - Friday

A travel blog entry by suigeneris on Feb 21, 2014

1 comment, 6 photos

... and chocolate pudding and fruit. mmmm, mmm! Sat next to a guy from New Orleans who now lives near San Francisco and was turned onto the plant based diet after he had a heart attack - looked like he was younger than me, the next chap along was from Phoenix and he had shifted to eating that way as he had atherosclerosis - he had gone to a 10 day Mcdougall retreat last August with his wife and was very enthusiastic about it. I was starting to get a bit cool so ...

Welcome to California.

A travel blog entry by billiejago on Dec 15, 2013

2 comments, 5 photos

... town and things to do here.

Day 3 took me for a huge hike up into a forest. I was walking along, enjoying the sunshine and the greenery when all of a sudden I noticed a pool of stunning turquoise through the trees. I made my own pathway downhill, and found myself in the open air, stood in front of the most beautiful lake I have ever seen in my life.
The lake was surrounded with forestry, and the air was filled with nothing but the sound ...

So many winery's not enough time

A travel blog entry by dolsontravels on Jun 12, 2013

1 comment, 15 photos

... We hit some of the big wineries there like Kendall Jackson, Clos Du Buos and Francis Ford Coppola and some little mom and pop operations as well. Of course we filled up the motorhome with wine. We also took a drive one day over to Bodega Bay to sample the clam chowder and pick up some fresh crabs while they are still in season. On the way ...

Travel adventure

A travel blog entry by margogoes on Jan 12, 2013

12 photos

... looks quite intriguing from the sky.

The way the plow furrows in the fields bend to the terrain and the waterway. The neat grid work of roadway crossing the prairies, the range of colors, it all mesmerizes me. Even an ordinary plowed wheat field looks like some beautifully woven fabric from 5000 feet (as we were landing in Denver).

I can manage most of the inconveniences of flying as long as I have my window seat. That's not to say I like ...

River deep , mountain high

A travel blog entry by jeanrose49 on Oct 26, 2012

1 comment, 13 photos

... Oaks and the pines look magnificent.

With our now painfully popping ears we prepare to take our leave of Yosemite but first we must go and see the giant Sequoia trees, themselves nearly as large and old as the mountains. In a small grove, one of only two on the planet, are trees of such girth and age that it is no wonder that for many years their existence was believed to be a hoax. The oldest tree here is nearly two thousand years old and it would take sixteen folk to encircle ...