Harbin Hot Springs

Address: 18474 Harbin Springs Road, Middletown, California, 95461, United States | Campground
 
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This campground, located on 18474 Harbin Springs Road, Middletown, is near Cobb Mountain, Calpine Geothermal Visitor Center, and Frog Hollow.
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    Travel Blogs from Middletown

    Getting the Words Right

    A travel blog entry by robjackson on Oct 25, 2014

    1 comment

    ... when he was 58 destined to be tried as a traitor and spend 12 years in a mental hospital. F. Scott Fitzgerald died 14 years shy of 58 when his Olympic liver couldn’t keep up with his Olympic drinking. And Hemingway? At the age of 58, he mojitoed out of Cuba, underwent electroshock therapy at the Mayo Clinic, and a couple years later blew his brains out.

    So why go?

    Well, I am going to Paris (and I use the passive “I ...

    You know I've seen rain...well,

    A travel blog entry by hawkinsw on Nov 12, 2013

    7 comments, 2 photos

    ... right Jaeck.)

    Campfires made with pine, smoke. They smoke more than hardwood fires, or fires made with a less pitchy conifer, such as redwood, spruce, fir, tamerack, or larch. They smoke even when the wood is bone dry. My aim in a campfire is to get a good coal bed going and to manage the fire so it doesn't smoke much, if at all.

    Smoke gets in your eyes. Smoke means soot. The wrong kind of smoke ...

    Wine Country ... Yummy

    A travel blog entry by katie_gav on May 07, 2013

    27 photos

    ... with vineyards as surroundings. It is rented out for occasions such as weddings or functions. It's such a nice place, very elegant and we rocked up in shorts & t-shirts with sunglasses not knowing a thing about wines or tasting! We went straight into taste room where a lady talked us through 9 different wines and the best part was we didn't have to spit the wine back out after! It was only a quarter of a glass, if that ...

    Wine Chasing

    A travel blog entry by luckshmy.subash on Oct 19, 2012

    8 photos

    ... when we get one) when he visits our shores.

    Lucky had enough of the wine tasting and wanted to head to our next stop. After driving to a few stops and checking out the prices of hotels we decided to go to Santa Rosa. As it was a Friday the prices of hotels around the wine country was expensive. We reached Santa Rosa and checked into our hotel. However, this was when we found that the owner wanted our actual credit card and not our travel card. He was ...

    Coast and river, the final official tour day

    A travel blog entry by mswanderings on Oct 21, 2011

    21 photos

    ... trapping seals and sea lions for their furs, which they sold on the European market. They overfished and forced themselves out of business, then selling the fort to John Sutter of California history fame.

    Highway 1 along this route is windy, narrow, and perched high above the sea. I was driving and it was a bit nerve wracking. Thank goodness the traffic was light and the RVs gone for the season. The road ...