Blackbird Farm

PO Box 150, Philo, California, 95466, United States | Ranch
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This ranch, located on PO Box 150, Philo, is near Hendy Woods State Park, Navarro Vineyards, Handley Cellars Winery, and Lazy Creek Vineyards.
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    Travel Blogs from Philo

    Mendocino and Sonoma Coast

    A travel blog entry by stebbsntoneman on Aug 02, 2014

    1 comment, 24 photos

    ... shop called Gourmet au Bay where we sampled some local California wines. From there we explored the headlands of the bay and wandered the marina for a bit before grabbing a great crab sandwich and some excellent clam chowder at the Spud Point Crab Company. In the late afternoon we explored the beach around our campground where Stebbs instructed me in the ways of sand crabs and sandpipers (oh my, the many things I don't know about the ...

    Route 1 Ho

    A travel blog entry by mrear99 on Jul 17, 2014

    2 comments, 8 photos

    ... but it was a quick lunch stop right off the coastal highway. Our next stop was at the Chandelier Tree, neither the tallest or the “biggest” tree alive on the planet but it’s right up there as a close silver or bronze. This redwood is on private property but it’s 250’ tall and 21’ wide with a hole in the middle that cars can fit through. As we paid our five bucks to get in the lady explained that ...

    Russian River, Hendy Woods and Home...

    A travel blog entry by winegalcj on Jul 18, 2012

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... night.

    I have no idea why they call these places "parks". There is no grass, nothing green, only rows of RV's being used as permanent homes complete with makeshift stairs and porches and a dumpy little office that looks like it belongs in some rural, obscure small town (cue the banjo music). The bathrooms are generally clean, but the tile is from the late 1950’s and not in the retro-vintage charming sense. If you are lucky there is ...

    How Not to Get Ripped Off or Dissatisfied Abroad

    A travel blog entry by robthurston on May 30, 2011

    ... are doing other stuff... Putting lubricanant on you, here comes a neck massage. Watch out for after the haircut because they effortlessly segue into doing other things to add cost.

    Another area you can get ripped off on is food. You do have to eat right? They will sometimes have picture menus for the foreigner. The picture paints a rosy picture, it looks good, but when you get the food there is less than in the picture, or it ...

    Intro to My Book

    A travel blog entry by robthurston on May 29, 2011

    ... made some substantial commitments to becoming an English teacher... Perhaps you have been an English teacher for years in your own country and finally decided to take your show on the road.

    This book is written in the spirit of a travel publication, but also contains useful teaching strategies as well as anecdotal stories of what life is like for what the Chinese call "foreign ...