Rio Inn

4444 Wood Road, Guerneville, California, 95446, United States | Inn
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Travel Blogs from Guerneville

The wedding of Leimon

A travel blog entry by r10vill9 on Jul 23, 2014

10 photos

... river cooled us off in 90 plus heat, and Annette won the Caddy Shack costume parade as Carl the pool cleaner. She reports that the Baby Ruth was just fine. Lots of us got no respect. Lacy Underalls were present in abundance.
Months of planning and meticulous attention to detail by Leimon resulted in a most amazing and happy event. Guests, freed of any logistical worries were able to relax, enjoy and emote. Leimon arrived by row boat on the River, escorted by ...

Easter at the River

A travel blog entry by jazzgal on Apr 24, 2013

2 comments, 8 photos

... One wonderful moment, Fern, my 94-year-old neighbor was out walking today. Last word was she had fallen several times and gone to Arizona with her daughter. I was afraid that may have boded ill, but she is back and fit as a fiddle! Didn’t much care for the desert and missed her redwoods. I love this gal!

So another trip ends and a new one begins, as I now have to focus on Europe for the summer.

Be well dear ones!

Cheers,

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Notes from the River

A travel blog entry by jazzgal on Jul 24, 2012

1 comment, 15 photos

... least it was not deadly hot! I did get Dave to stop briefly at the Madonna Inn in SLO. He had never heard of it, so a quick walk thru was in order. HILARIOUS!!!

I am back in Lake Forest now, and sadly, I may not get back up to Monte Rio until after the school year begins because I am scheduled for Jury Duty. ACK!!!! If I don’t get picked tho, I will head back to my little piece of paradise for a week.

Ciao for now,

Xoxox

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Coast and river, the final official tour day

A travel blog entry by mswanderings on Oct 21, 2011

21 photos

... featured in publications such as Sunset and Architectural Digest. They are architecturally restricted to fit into the environment and much of the land is kept as open space.

We planned to stop at Fort Ross, the restored remains of a Russian fur-trapping outpost built here in 1812, but for an unknown reason it was closed. The Russians were here for 30 years, farming wheat and potatoes, trading with local ...

The Monte Rio Chronicles

A travel blog entry by jazzgal on Dec 26, 2010

5 comments, 48 photos

... base of the trailer. It begins to look like something other than a train wreck.

September 2010: Dave continued on the shell and it is really looking great. He got the front sliding door in and all that is left to do on the shell is 2 panels and the very front. I am amazed at what he manages to get done as a one man show. LOTS of yard waste so I make very good friends with my wood chipper. Nancy makes us Sunday morning waffles for breakfast before we ...

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