Miner's Motel

Address: 18740 Highway 108, Jamestown, California, 95327, United States | 2 star motel
 
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This 2 star motel, located on 18740 Highway 108, Jamestown, is near Railtown 1897 State Park, Stanislaus National Forest, Tuolumne County Museum, and Wood's Creek.
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    Travel Blogs from Jamestown

    #4 - San Antonio Falls

    A travel blog entry by seangerk on Jan 25, 2015

    96 photos

    ... Once we reach the trail, I inhale deeply. The air here smells cleaner. I love it. Sheba is incredibly happy, nose to ground, smelling a thousand smells. Smells, smells everywhere! We begin our trek towards our first stop, San Antonio Falls Overlook. We'll be stopping there before hiking down to the falls.

    When we reach the overlook, the view is breathtaking. We rest for a moment and take in the scenery. There are trees growing at odd angles ...

    This year ends as we prepare for 2015

    A travel blog entry by lijebaley on Dec 31, 2014

    1 photo

    ... economic situation in Argentina as I prepared this week. Inflation is running between 15 and 40 per cent annually. The government has put out the former figure, while independent analysts have estimated the latter, higher figure. As the government can fine independent analysts who publish inflation estimates that contradict those of the government, ...

    Some big trees and a swim

    A travel blog entry by geraldfarr on Jul 17, 2013

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... down into the grove only took thirty minutes or so, and we enjoyed wandering the two trails around the 25 or so Sequoias as the day warmed up. There was one that had fallen over some time ago which was hollow and which smaller/non claustrophobic types could crawl though. Obviously, Will, Alec and Ben did just that and emerged at the far end more or less covered head to foot in red/grey dust. The hike up from the grove took a little longer and by the time we'd ...

    From City to National Park Via restful Bakersfield

    A travel blog entry by nickrandle on Apr 12, 2013

    16 photos

    ... was my first journey piloting the R.V and, apart form a few minor brown trousers moments at the start, I seemed to get the hang of it quite quickly. With an automatic gearbox and cruise control the R.V doesn’t ask much of you, (other than to be constantly mindful of its enormous size to avoid hitting anything). I felt a slight sense of trepidation before we set off as in the UK you’d have to take a different level of ...

    June 9, 2012

    A travel blog entry by wright2 on Jun 09, 2012

    12 photos

    ... rot or the effects of insects; the only cause for their demise is that their root systems cannot hold the weight of the giant tree and it topples over, but even lying on the ground the wood does not rot. These are ancient trees that have only survived in a few isolated locations where the climate and the amount of ground water is sufficient to support the tree; fire is also important to the health and survival of the tree, but because the ...