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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Guerneville
... of Margaritas served up by Gav and me followed by tacos, beans, salsa and chips culminating in the destruction of the Piņata by Lita and Nettie was a happy event for all. Tomorrow is golf day or relaxing by the River day followed by the Caddy Shack costume and screening at the theatre. No trip to the west coast is complete without a trip to the redwood forests, so we ticked that box, seeing a 1400 year old tree and a 312 foot tree, making Ontario forests look like ...
... days then then take the packing box out and put more frames in. 4. Once the bee hive is full there should be about 40,000 bees and when it gets as big as 80,000 bees they swarm splitting into two. We dressed up with a big masks in case they tried to sting our faces but no one got stung in the end. Iain used a smoker to keep the bees calm when we took out the packing ...
... by himself. This is, I suspect, how he likes it, since if I offer to help him do his thing he always says "no…" Still, I have my set of responsibilities in the yard and I had better hop to it!
The 2 weeks passed far too quickly, and on our last evening we had another nice Tiki Happy Hour with our neighbors. Said our goodbyes for now and prepared to leave the next day. It was 105 on the 5 fwy, so we came down the 101. That makes the trip 12 hours, ...
... near the pier.
Fifteen miles south of Point Arena is Gualala, an old logging port that's now an artists' colony. This southern part of Mendocino County coastline is mostly undeveloped and uninhabited, with green forests and coastal coves. South of Gualala you enter Sonoma County, my home county. Soon you come to Sea Ranch, a '60s development that covers over 5,000 acres along both sides of highway 1. Homes here ...
... Europe in June for my annual trek, and while I was there Dave and his son (Dave Jr.) made the trek north to work on the roof and raise the trailer. I am in a 50 year flood zone, so higher is better.
August 2010: I returned in August to see my newly roofed and raised place and was completely amazed at the work they did. I got out the power tools and hit those plants again, man do they grow FAST! Dave continues on the shell and we get a nice lattice fence ...