Walking Class The next month for my Walking Class starts July 1st. Visit the City of Santa Rosa Department of Parks and Recreation online or go to the new Person … Continue reading
If it’s June, think about visiting Matanzas Creek Winery in the Bennett Valley in Sonoma County. Thought we had covered this before, but only briefly in Winery Walking and in … Continue reading
Walking Class Monthly Sessions at Person Senior Center Do you need help making walking part of your life? Has the doctor told you to start walking? Are you afraid to … Continue reading
Some of you know that the Santa Rosa and Brush Creeks meet at the Flat Rocks. This is reputed to be the birthplace of Santa Rosa. The City of Santa … Continue reading
On a perfect October day last weekend, Shone Farm had an open house. We visited several years ago and have been waiting to visit again.
Here is our box in October. The tomato plants, still tree-like, are not producing much fruit now. We have hopes of a couple of more giant heirlooms.
For short flat walks, wineries can provide beautiful gardens, vistas and charming if sometime kitschy architecture for your viewing pleasure. With over 300 wineries in Sonoma County, we won’t cover … Continue reading
The name is a giveaway – that Taylor Mountain would not be a flat walk. But I was game to give it a try. It helps that the parking lot … Continue reading
Spring Lake Regional Park is one of the most popular places to walk in Santa Rosa. But I bet there’s a few things you don’t know about the area. To … Continue reading