The Other Place

Address: The Other Ranch Road, Boonville, California, United States | Ranch
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This ranch, located on The Other Ranch Road, Boonville, is near Navarro Vineyards, Hendy Woods State Park, Handley Cellars Winery, and Navarro River.
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Travel Blogs from Boonville

Day 10 - Redwood National and State Parks

A travel blog entry by joogarro on Jun 29, 2015

71 photos

... time to see it is near high tide, but high tide was almost 11:00 pm so it would've been too dark. I did take a short video, and the area was nice. Quite a bit more walking, but it was worth it.

Our travels today included seeing seeing a hemp store and a town where they had a crosswalk in the middle of the highway, not at a stoplight. You could push the button to stop traffic and cross, and we had to stop for an old guy with a walker.


Whales, lighthouse and other adventures

A travel blog entry by malonetravels2 on May 12, 2014

64 photos

What a luxury we are experiencing this trip. We set up our stove and fix our first coffee right outside the tent where we can then check the weather and Daily Word and then the day is ready to begin.

Drove up to the picnic area to all decided to walk the headlands and check out the view. The flowers were not as profuse as they had been last year but were still beautiful. We were out at ...

Wine tasting and relaxing in the countryside

A travel blog entry by mswanderings on Oct 20, 2011

16 photos

... of the ones made here; we particularly enjoyed the one made by Husch. Since these are not mass produced, they are only available at the wineries. Mark had done some research and we stopped at the wineries that make dry whites: Handley, Husch, and Lula. All had nice wines and we bought as well as tasted. Unfortunately Claudia Springs is only open on the weekends so we didn't get to visit them.

Bee Movie

A travel blog entry by blahblahblog on Aug 04, 2010


... it wouldn't be the first time I've been pebble-dashed. But when I pulled out my little vanity mirror (as starred in the flat changing incidedt) I could see where the little "bee" had grazed my eye.   Okay. Big OWIE but i carried on. By the time I got to Garborville about 5 miles on, my sunglasses were sitting wonky on my face and my eyelid was stuck to the glass. The faces of the people behind the pharmacy counter in Walmart ...

First Farm: early spring education

A travel blog entry by keeleyhope on Mar 03, 2010

1 comment, 9 photos

... coast was brilliantly sunny with blue skies. I kept getting out for pictures! (Posting pictures is going to be challenging on this trip, because I will often not be on my computer. I'll do my best.) I also wanted to check out every farm, homestead, and cottage I passed. One of my favorite things about us humans is our ability to make a home of whatever we are handed. I would love to explore Fort Bragg sometime.

So after a day of driving and a phone call for a set ...