The Inn at Kelsey Creek

Address: 16335 Highway 175, Cobb, California, 95426, United States | Inn
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This inn, located on 16335 Highway 175, Cobb, is near Cobb Mountain, Frog Hollow, and Pine Lake Flat.
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      Personal history and hard good byes

      A travel blog entry by thesmithfamily6 on Nov 10, 2014

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      ... It’s about time Napa caught up with the rest of the area’s ambiance and cuisine! We shared a delightful cake and some coffee sitting in the sunshine watching the world go by. We drove on, making sure we stopped at Shackfords (a delightful kitchen store full of all kinds of goodies for one’s kitchen) then stopping at Yountville and Oakville Grocery (where I used to work at the charcuterie), Dean and Deluca and then had a fine lunch at the CIA (Culinary Institue ...

      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 ...

      I LOVE Lucy! (And Snoopy, Charlie Brown, & Linus!)

      A travel blog entry by pykesonthego on Jun 16, 2014

      A longer than normal drive from Coarsegold to Santa Rosa today, as we made several stops. The first, to investigate a very strong electrical/burning smell in the kitchen/bathroom area, that we still haven't managed to identify. We unplugged everything in the house when it happened, opened windows, can't figure out what caused it! Our second stop was at the Les Schwab in Livermore, CA, where Greg picked up shock #4 (only the first 3 ...

      The January Progress

      A travel blog entry by jazzgal on Jan 21, 2014

      2 comments, 9 photos

      ... br>

      It is our last night in town. Dave got all the bathroom plumbing in and we have water lift-off… Yahoo!!! Sadly, both showerheads have leaky parts, so we sill need to address that next time, but otherwise I am thrilled! Just enjoyed a lovely dinner of pork roast and potatoes, courtesy of our neighbor Harry. He is a foodie, and we reap the benefits sometimes. Yes, life is very good.

      Until next time, be well and happy.


      Day 9/10--Sonoma /China Camp

      A travel blog entry by blakekelsey on Jun 20, 2013

      1 comment, 9 photos

      ... chewed a small whole in the bottom of the wooden food box at our
      campsite and waited for clueless campers to leave for a hike!

      A visit to Sonoma State University was very pleasant. The Environmental Technology Center was the
      best. It had grape vines, fruit trees and fresh produce growing in gardens
      outside the building. We had dinner at a
      restaurant in Sonoma Valley called ...