Cain House

340 Main Street, Bridgeport, California, 93517, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 340 Main Street, Bridgeport, is near Travertine Hot Spring and Buckeye Hot Spring.
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    Travel Blogs from Bridgeport

    Hot Springs day

    A travel blog entry by tunnockscaramel on Jun 27, 2014

    34 photos

    ... being restored, but nowhere as fast as it should be. Strange structures called Tufas protrude from the parched ground, which were once underwater springs which supplied the lake, but have long dried up. The shore line is covered in flies feeding off the briny water. This in term feeds hundreds of birds which flock to the area. Brine shrimp also live in these waters.

    After some time spent admiring the tufas, it was time for a dip. However, I was unprepared for ...

    Day 10 - Yosemite

    A travel blog entry by expeditioners on May 30, 2014

    8 photos

    ... mile after mile of hair-pin turns and switch-back roads.

    There is no picture that can do justice of beauty that is within this park and I know we didn't cover nearly all the Yosemite park has to offer. It's hard to pick a favorite but I enjoyed views into Yosemite Valley however, Mariposa Grove with the giant sequoias and the fragrant forest would be my top pick.

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    Day 64 – Friday, May 31, 2013

    A travel blog entry by travelagain on May 31, 2013

    15 photos

    ... when they get above the water. Many tufa towers are still in the water around the edge of the lake, but some are now on land many yards from the water due to a drop in the lake levels. They are fascinating to look at.

    The Visitor Center also had exhibits about the Native Americans who lived here along with baskets made by living artists. ...

    The Wild Wild West

    A travel blog entry by allenfam on Sep 27, 2012

    17 photos

    ... example of what humans will do for the lure of wealth. The Bodie guidebook reads: "By 1879 Bodie boasted a population of around 10000, and was second to none for wickedness, badmen and the worst climate out of doors. One little girl, whose family was taking her to the remote and infamous town, wrote in her diary, 'Goodbye God, I'm going to Bodie.' The phrase came to be known throughout the West." Killings occurred regularly, sometimes almost ...

    The Blog is dead, long live the blog!

    A travel blog entry by mjslonim on Sep 17, 2012

    1 comment

    ... Ilya, from Hamburg, Germany, part of our wild-wild West. We met them in Denver during those horrible fires they had this year. Unfortunately that closed down Rocky Mtn. Natl. Park. We all stayed in a rented condo outside of Denver and still saw quite a bit. We met my brother and his wife, Larry and Susan, and Susan's sister Eileen and her husband Barry in Boulder for lunch at a local brewery, then fresh baked cookies and milk downtown (Ilana bought one ...