Vagabond Inn Ukiah
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- Continental Breakfast
- Smoking rooms available
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the forest and passes some tourist traps . . . Err . . . I mean attractions. Around 1pm I was getting really cold and stopped for some coffee to warm up. They had warm homemade blackberry cobbler and I figured that would warm me up too. Just to be sure I did not get too warm I had them throw a scoop of vanilla ice cream on top. Cobbler and coffee for only $12. And here I thought hippies were so social-minded. I guess they have to pay ...
This is where it all began, our hometown of Ukiah, California. A month ago my husband, Jim, and I booked a two month trip to Argentina with our two children, Dean-11 and Lia-9. Jim is on sabbatical from his teaching job at the local community college. We are renewing passports, applying for international driving ...
... your **** with sawdust and wood chips and compost it in their many vegetable and flower beds. They haven't had rain since June and sleep outside until Sept. It is lovely and serene and cleansing and they are some fantastic folks! They set me up with my very comfy van-bed and covers and great travel advice and were fantastic.
Tomorrow I head for San Francisco and home. Then I'll do a retrospective of my trip with new pics and mileage estimate.
... a new thing with his Cab Franc so we got to taste the difference. Next we tried his new take on an old standby: Merlot. Boy, it was a treat! It was so smooth and refreshing. So many flavors, and I picked out the pear. I hope we see it for sale in the future.
After that came some frustration as it took forever to actually get down to bottling. Everything had to be meticulously cleaned and sanitized and all the equipment set up and it seemed like Eric was re-figuring ...
Today we drove through the Redwoods National Park and were amazed at the height and diameter of the mighty redwood trees. Many areas of the park are off limits to RVs, but we took the Newton B. Drury Scenic Parkway which had little traffic and lots of places to stop and admire the trees and to take short hikes into the forst. We saw a herd of elk happily lying in a field by the road.
We stopped for lunch in Samoa at the Samoa Cookhouse which was built in 1900 for the workers at a ...