The Harlan House

22890 School House St, Columbia, California, 95310, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 22890 School House St, Columbia, is near Columbia State Historic Park, Moaning Cavern, Zephyr Whitewater Expeditions, and Stanislaus National Forest.
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    Awesome heights

    A travel blog entry by evans2014 on Sep 02, 2014

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    We travelled yesterday through beautiful scenery, and extremely winding roads that had me clenching the hand grip in the car very tightly. The Stanislaus Forest is very wide spread as we saw more of it on our trip to Yosemite NP today. There were a lot of holiday makers towing big vans which amazed us!
    Okay enough of yesterday apart from a delicious Italian dinner in the main street of Sonora.

    We decided to go on the public bus service ...

    Yosemite!

    A travel blog entry by yeo-buijsen on Aug 18, 2014

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    ... a lack of both internet and cell phone reception...two absolute prerequisites for the suvival of a modern teenager!). The decision made we went off to try to get a refund for the second night. We were unexpectedly successful which was really nice of the owner of the place, Joe. We'd booked this place because it's 'swimming pool', known as Rainbow Pool, was a natural rock pool with a waterfall just 5 mins drive away. So we changed into our swimming costumes and drove on out there. It ...

    Got wood...

    A travel blog entry by wendalex on Feb 25, 2014

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    ... she had her fireproof bark removed. You can still see the saw marks at eight foot intervals where the men removed it. The bark was reconstructed in New York to illustrate how massive these trees were. It caused an outcry and people were shocked that something so beautiful had been destroyed for entertainment. The race to protect these wonderful trees was on. One of the older fallen trees was already down before Europeans came to this ...

    Yosemite Sam

    A travel blog entry by healsby on Jul 31, 2012

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    ... we'd decided to do the longer panorama trail, which I was secretly hoping for, as this was going to be the opportunity we got, and I wanted to make the most of it. We decided that we wanted some space alone together today, so when we stated we went at a fast clip to put some space between us and the others. It was tricky going for it being all downhill, as it was steep and dusty, but the surroundings were just amazing. We stopped for photos along the way and to admire the ...

    Happy Birthday Lisa!

    A travel blog entry by lisaontheroad on Jun 13, 2012

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    ... 8211; reached via Tioga Road – is only accessible in the summer months. After Milly's laboured grind up the never-ending climbs, it's clear why. Tioga Pass itself sits at 9954 feet (3031 metres) with our destination of Tuolomne Meadows resting at 8575 feet (2614 metres) – not an area I'd be keen to plow in the depths of winter... The +/- 85 mile return journey from our camping spot in Hodgson Meadows offered scenery of forests, lakes, granite domes and expansive ...