Knoll Farms is a 33-acre working sheep and llama farm located in the scenic
rolling hills of Petaluma. It
also has an 860 sq. ft. guest house with vaulted ceilings and hardwood floors.
Furnished with 18th & 19th century antiques, a fireplace, complete kitchen and
deck with sweeping views, this idyllic country setting is a great wine country
hideout, perfect for curling up with a good book, watching the sunset or hiking
the scenic farm. Llama-assisted day or overnight hiking experiences are also available.
How about a personal guide in the Sequoia National Park? New
Sequoia Sightseeing Tours, operating year-round, will pick up explorers
from their hotel by 9 a.m. in the air-conditioned van and will provide them with
an informative and entertaining chauffeur-guided tour of the park. Visitors will
explore Giant Forest, the premier grove of Giant Sequoias; witness the grandeur
of the General Sherman, the largest living tree in the world; climb Moro Rock,
from which they can admire amazing views of the Great Western Divide; visit park's
new Giant Forest Museum or Lodgepole Visitor Center; and enjoy lunch at the scenic
Wuksachi Lodge, featuring some signature dishes of the new chef Scott Hauswirth.
They will comfortably return to their hotel by 4 p.m. Sequoia Regional Visitors
Kozlowski Farms, on
Sonoma County's Gravenstein Highway in Forestville, is a working farm, deli and
retail store packed with farm-fresh delicacies. New products include Carol Ann
Kozlowski's Basil-n-Garlic Bruschetta, delicious served warm or cold over slices
of toasted French bread; Russian River Valley Red Raspberry-n-Peach Preserve and
Strawberry-n-Rhubarb Preserve, all-natural and fat free; and creamy Chocolate
Fudge Sauce. The mail order catalog is now available, including the famous Kozlowski
Gravenstein Apple Pies.