Motel 6 Ukiah

Address: 1208 South State Street, Ukiah, California, 95482, United States | Motel
 
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This motel, located on 1208 South State Street, Ukiah, is near The Mendocino Tree, Cow Mountain Recreation Area, and Ukiah to Hot Springs.
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    Travel Blogs from Ukiah

    Day 10 - Redwood National and State Parks

    A travel blog entry by joogarro on Jun 29, 2015

    71 photos

    We headed up California 101 toward the Redwoods when we left San Francisco. The drive was beautiful, although still pretty dry. All of the parks we've been to so far have had an entrance where we pick up a map, ask a few questions, and head out. We found out it's a little different for the Redwoods. There is a National Park and several state parks up the coast and you drive in and out of them without Realizing it. We took a scenic route and took a few ...

    In the land of the giants

    A travel blog entry by darrylg on Sep 14, 2013

    2 comments, 25 photos

    ... I got a glimpse yesterday at these huge trees but got a much better look today. This morning was really cool . . . Driving between these giant trees with the mist and fog was like being in some magical world where if you saw a Hobbit it would not seem out of place. Then 101 turns into a 65 mph 4 lane road with little traffic that runs the higher elevations offering panoramic views of the forests below . . . Then it slows down ...

    Vote For Your Best Title

    A travel blog entry by baron_family on Aug 20, 2011

    11 photos

    ... the cab.
    Undaunted... we piled into the Pod and experienced the giant trees. See some of the photos below. When we returned to the coach, the kids wanted to swim in the creek... and they did.

    As we prepared to leave the park I discovered that we were missing a hubcap. I underlined the rubber mallet on the shopping list. We drove north towards Oregon. Along the way we stopped to eat and catch a few waves.
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    Driving and itching

    A travel blog entry by zjuggle100 on Aug 27, 2010

    10 photos

    ... hot aging hippy chicks! Very relaxed place.

    Lisa and Allen live in a valley outside of the metropolis of Hopland, CA on land Allen's dad bought in the 1920's. It is on a dead end road that goes all the way up the mountain that has maybe 7 places on it, a few of them hunting camps. They have a propane refrigerator and hot water heater, no electricity, and a composting toilet. Not the fancy electric kind. The 5 gallon bucket that ...

    Sick and Bottling

    A travel blog entry by keeleyhope on Mar 12, 2010

    17 photos

    ... cork girl," running the water pump-looking corker. Jen labeled and loaded boxes and helped with corks.

    We ran into some trouble with the syphon about half way through. Wine is lost once the syphon is created and before it is fitted onto the filling apparatus. We lost it a couple times and probably lost a couple bottle's worth as it sprayed out. I cannot believe how much wine is in one oak barrel. One weighs more than half a ton, full. It took hours to finish. I became ...