Farmhouse Inn & Restaurant
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Heated pool
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
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Travel Blogs from Forestville
... As I was laying down to take a nap, my cousin, Lif and her boyfriend came in and asked me and Alex if we wanted to go play tennis with them. So, instead of napping, I went and played tennis. It was exhausting, but a whole lot of fun. I'm so glad that we went. When we got back, we ate dinner and then sat together to watch a movie. As it got dark, I walked out onto the deck and saw more stars than I have seen in a very long time. I'm so grateful that we have another full day ...
... of tasting rooms & browse shops. There are also some historic buildings. We stocked up on groceries so that we won't need to go out for a while then headed back to the house. We stayed out until it was too cool to stay out enjoying the abundant birdlife whilst sipping the wine from our hosts 2012 vintage. It's about as good as it gets! We think that we'll manage to survive our 6 nights ...
... a live music club. Love it. Another 8 minutes west and I am at the place Hwy 1 crosses the 116 and the town of Jenner (Pop. 107) where the mouth of the river dumps into the Pacific. Along the gently winding road to that beautiful spot were farms, cows and the winding river. The word "bucolic" sprang to mind… which is a word that rarely springs to my mind, so I think I was digging the drive.
Nov. 1, 2014
I did a bit of training at the theater ...
... 3 or 4 times a year, and she hasn't stopped qt the winery before but will now!
Then it wasn't too far to Point Reyes where we checked out the visitor centre and went to town to stock up on snacks and booze. Our campsite was really big and amongst nice big fir trees, but there is a terrible drought so it was pretty dusty, the showers were locked which caused a bit of a panic for some people. We had a demonstration then all put our tents up- Amanda said I picked ...
... of the year for wildflower viewing. Checked out the hostel, seems fine, maybe next time if we want a bit luxury. Though much more prefer our camp ground. Saw hundreds of cows (a.k.a, Mooey) happily grazing on open grassland facing Tamale Bay and Pacific Ocean. There are so many ranches on the way to the lighthouse, each ranch is alphabetized. Ranch A as the ranch closest to ...