Dorrington Inn

3450 Highway 4, Dorrington, California, 95223, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 3450 Highway 4, Dorrington, is near Tennessee Valley, Marin County.
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    Travel Blogs from Dorrington

    Getting Ready to hit the Road!

    A travel blog entry by sloancat on Jul 19, 2014

    We loaded most of the food, clothes, etc. into the RV Friday, so there wasn't much prep to do (for me anyway) today. While I was at work in Stockton, Jerry got the Jeep hooked up and went to Subway to pick up a couple of sandwiches for later in the day. I got home from work around 150pm, changed clothes, and we were on the road by 2pm! ...

    Driving California

    A travel blog entry by marzy on Jul 06, 2014

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    ... from and all were great. The next two days we set up the pacific coast highway stopping in at Hearst Castle, Malibu, Santa Barbara, Santa Maria, Big Sur, Carmel, Monterey and then finally at San Francisco! There were so many places to see and could have easily done a few more days but the highlight was defitley seeing the wild elephant seals along the coast playing, throwing sand on themselves and for all I know mating :/ When we ...

    Sonora

    A travel blog entry by margsim on Jun 07, 2014

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    Stopped at Yosemite National Park on the way to Sonora. Loved it here - Ken, Brian and I went for a long walk through part of this beautiful park - I'd be happy to live here. Towering cliff faces, beautiful forrest, waterfalls and lakes. We got a bit lost but found our way back and had ice cream ...

    Got wood...

    A travel blog entry by wendalex on Feb 25, 2014

    7 photos

    ... of them have names - humans only give names to things they feel emotional about. Pets, ships, stars, cars, and bloody enormous trees too. There was some sadness - a few sequoias have been killed by the thoughtless actions of a few humans. The Mother of the Forest tree was killed in the 1850's when all of her bark was removed to transport first to New York, then to London for an exhibition. Her inner trunk is still standing but she ...

    Day #1 Folsom, CA to Omo Ranch, CA

    A travel blog entry by chris.markus on Jul 17, 2013

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    ... driveway saying" Bicyclist I have a proposal for you." Well she and her husband had been extending their yard and their shower out to bicycle tourist for the las several years. I really felt bad I couldn't take her up on her offer, but I had only gone 40 miles and I still thought I was going to make it to Cooks Station. I thank her profusely and continued on to Omo Ranch. Here I met another couple Ted and Mary who ran the local store and let cyclist camp ...