Farmhouse Inn & Restaurant
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... br> Then a stop at Muir Woods.
Despite the relatively short time there, it was one of the highlights of the trip thus far. Lots of superlatives have been used in our trip narratives, and no sense in adding any here other than to say it was a borderline spiritual experience. No camping allowed in the park, unfortunately -- but did get some good tips on available sites up Hwy 1. So off we went.
Alas, we found that our ...
... a Tiki Bar there, so besides the waste plumbing, we got the Tiki Bar put together. We also put up the canvas car cover, (including Dave’s homemade tin floor made from a recycled heating duct) and put up some new fencing in the front yard. The place is really beginning to look habitable!
This trip also included a lot of socializing; starting with the Monte Rio July 4 celebrations. The afternoon included a block party at a neighbor’s ...
... Market Street, which is kind of THE shopping street in SF. Every store imaginable was there from the high end ones right down to a Ross Dress for Less. Nope, didn't even step inside - we were on a mission - to find MOMA...SF Museum of Modern Art.
MOMA was an experience, much more enjoyable for Roy than me...I'm too much of a critic and don't appreciate art - at least not all of it. Some of the stuff was ...
... Our incredible neighbors, Harry & Nancy not only invited us for the customary Sunday morning Waffles, they had us over for a fish fry party that evening. It was wonderful! They catch the fish during their winters in Baja, and feast on it the rest of the year. I met some great new folks and we had a blast. And the FISH was deLISH!! Stay tuned for the next installment of the Monte Rio Saga when it continues in November.
Be well and happy!
It was a tough choice but it had to be made - we just didn't have the time to do both Nappa and Sonoma, so we agreed it would be Sonoma - it is less commercial and we had been advised it would be cheaper as well.
Sonoma was originally settled by a Spanish general who came here and planted the first grapes. Some of those vines are still here over a century later. The Mission of ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking