Strawberry Inn

Address: 31880 Highway 108, Strawberry, California, 95375, United States | Inn
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This inn, located on 31880 Highway 108, Strawberry, is near Dodge Ridge, Columns of the Giants, and Leland Meadows.
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      In the meadows

      A travel blog entry by kartman on Oct 10, 2014

      5 photos

      ... their versions of National Parks are very different to ours. Next stop was Soda Springs which I was very excited about. I pictured this old Wild West town where Soda water (warm) bubbled out of the ground. Where we would walk into the saloon and have a gun fight after downing a whiskey, with soda of course. Maybe I set the bar a little high. It turns out we could see soda springs where we stopped for lunch, it consisted of a log box built over ...

      Day Twenty

      A travel blog entry by cathyjanu on Sep 05, 2014

      1 comment, 5 photos

      ... were wondering about are olive trees. We saw a lot of groves of them as well. She learned that one farmer planted them as wind protection for his orange groves about 100 years ago. Apparently they did well and olives are produced in abundance in California.

      We can’t get over the smog in the area. It was a nice sunny day, but all we saw was a haze. We knew there were mountains east and north of us, but we ...


      A travel blog entry by mattandjen on Aug 22, 2014

      1 comment, 17 photos

      ... hour tour by a Ranger who was as knowledgeable as she was passionate and we really loved the tour. Sarah in particular was head of the queue following hot on the heals of the ranger at every step of the tour. Emma, though not as obviously attentive, picked up plenty too and was very happy telling the Ranger her tales.

      After the tour we took the long and windy road across the mountains back to the west of ...


      A travel blog entry by hemingwayfamily on Aug 19, 2014

      3 comments, 8 photos

      ... to get to our hotel today including a few stops. When we arrived at the hotel we saw how nice it was. We were told to take all the food in from our cars as bears have been seen on the property. Dad showed us some bear paw prints outside our room. Mum is determined to see a bear and shouting look there's a bear and it's only 20 more minutes to get there have turned into the best told lies of the day. Me and Ruby were looking forward to ...

      Sorry.... Wow!

      A travel blog entry by ruthii on Aug 11, 2014

      ... that they could grab a space - to witness the spectacle. An initial message would be relayed from Camp Curry to the people high up on Glacier Point, who would yell back, "Hello Camp Curry!" The command would then be yelled back, "Let the fire fall!" At this point, staff from the camp, who had been up at Glacier Point all afternoon creating slow-burning embers, would push the burning embers over the precipice of the mountain, creating a curtain of fire which then fell down ...