Long Valley Ranch

Address: Boonville Ukiah Rd, Ukiah, California, United States | Ranch
 
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This ranch, located on Boonville Ukiah Rd, Ukiah, is near Martz Vineyards.
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      Travel Blogs from Ukiah

      Relaxing, sand and fall sunshine

      A travel blog entry by thesmithfamily6 on Nov 03, 2014

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      ... so we headed back for an early lunch. Ashton and I lay down to catch up some sleep while Conrad and the other kids watched a movie. Everyone felt much improved so we headed back down to shell beach.

      Conrad and Melvyn went for a walk down the other side to take pictures and see what wildlife was around as the dun began to set. Jocelyn, the kids and I headed down to the beach so collect shells. The kids only spent a short while doing ...

      A day with friends

      A travel blog entry by thesmithfamily6 on Nov 02, 2014

      9 photos

      ... spent digging through the sand for sand crabs and collecting them in a bucket. When everyone was feeling peckish we headed back to the house for lunch, warm showers for the frozen kids too.

      After some food and a little break we headed into Gualala to get some gas and an ice cream. It is a little town, smaller population than National Park but a lot more shops and touristy type stuff. We stopped on our way back to check out some more tide pools, these ones ...

      Sea Fog Won't Stop Our Fun!

      A travel blog entry by nessandjess on Aug 12, 2012

      3 photos

      ... anyway), where we were able to drive down it. Having visited it when I was 8, i found it just as exciting this time round, if not more so!

      My second experience of the Golden Gate bridge was unfortunately less successful, thanks to the sea fog that was completely covering it. Oh well, at least between us we can say that we've driven and cycled over it.

      U-What?

      A travel blog entry by billy_d on Sep 21, 2010

      4 photos

      ... switchbacks reminiscent of a rollercoaster ride. This thing not only went down, it cut back left in the tightest hairpin I have ever seen. As it went around and down, I mean it went down and away. I wanted to take pictures but the bike probably would not have parked without sliding. I think I let out a Yeahhhhh!, as I fell into the curve. I just let the curve take us through. I felt my stomach stay back at the top; it would catch up soon ...

      I'll Trya Ukiah

      A travel blog entry by kgkacin on Dec 04, 2009

      37 photos

      ... it might be one of several things, the hope is that some plastic got on the undercarriage and it's burning up. The second is the brakes got more use than necessary and are starting to burn. I get to tiny Port Arena, land of approximately 450 people and pull off to look for that plastic and see what is burning in the engine If I can. No evidence suggests any of the above. I am mentally grinding up myself right now with ...