The Inn at Kelsey Creek

Address: 16335 Highway 175, Cobb, California, 95426, United States | Inn
 
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Location

This inn, located on 16335 Highway 175, Cobb, is near Cobb Mountain, Pine Lake Flat, and Frog Hollow.
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    Travel Blogs from Cobb

    A long drive

    A travel blog entry by ingen24 on Jul 29, 2015

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    ... after her for a few meters and try to convince her to stay. But I can't. She's afraid her husband, who hiked behind her, opted out. I walk back, still hearing her shout her husbands name. I walk back again to see where she is and encounter some young hikers. I decide to call 911 and as I have no reception one of the hikers tries and succeeds. We are asked to remain there and after 45 minutes rangers appear. Well, not the sweet tourist kind. These are ...

    Pizza watching the city lights

    A travel blog entry by jessieanddavid on Mar 12, 2015

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    ... a nice last evening with everyone and a good way to end our time here at McDonald Ranch. There is one final drama in the story though, when we got back to the RV ready to go to bed I had a stinging pain in my arm, when I removed my shirt it turned out I had a tick in it from lying in the long grass when we were up the hill looking at the city lights. If you've had one before you'll know their quite painful. Mary was kind enough to pull it out as she had ...

    Let the painting begin...

    A travel blog entry by jessieanddavid on Mar 06, 2015

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    ... We haven't been too lucky with our clothes recently as Jessie split her new leggings and I did the same with my new trousers. On the plus side though Bill, the owner of the stables who's a really nice old man gave us some cinema vouchers because he said we've been working hard for him. Our next day off is now ...

    Hayseed

    A travel blog entry by robjackson on Nov 04, 2014

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    ... nervous and equally an idiot. For those of us who last tried this by passing notes in Miss Barbieri's seventh grade sixth period English class—for my money, a far better method-- a wink is just the start of death by sometimes prolonged, but in my case, usually self-inflicted sudden embarrassment.

    So, what did I do? Duh? I winked back.

    One thing led to another and we agreed to meet for dinner in ...

    Giant Sequoias, concrete and vines

    A travel blog entry by barneywalker on Jul 29, 2014

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    ... the car. We were greeted noisily by Rusty, a large Labrador, Lucy, a lively Labrador puppy who were joined after a while by the slightly more placid Molly. After checking in to our cottage we headed straight back down the valley to get some food at Rutherford Grill. An unexpected treat - we had a great meal, fantastic food, good beer and the boys got to watch a but of baseball.

    We fell into bed a bit late considering alarms were set for 4.30am the next ...