Bayglow Cottage

Address: 19925 Shoreline Highway 1, Marshall, California, 94940, United States | Ranch
 
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This ranch, located on 19925 Shoreline Highway 1, Marshall, is near Tomales Bay Point.
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      Travel Blogs from Marshall

      Big Sur to San Francisco

      A travel blog entry by canadainmay on Dec 31, 2014

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      Big Sur was a very expensive place, the petrol was $4:75 per gallon, whereas everywhere else was about $2:80/ gallon. Continued along the beautiful highway 1 drive. Stopped at Carmel on the Sea for breakfast. This was a gorgeous little town, quite old fashioned. We then drove onto Pacific Grove and went to the Monarch Butterfly Sanctuary. It was very interesting and nice to see the big clusters ...

      Cold War missiles and an Indian burrito

      A travel blog entry by maryham on Dec 27, 2014

      ... across to the city were worth it.

      The highlight of the day was the visit to the Nike Missile Site only a mile or so from the lighthouse. The site was home to several missiles that were manned 24/7 during the Cold War. The army personnel could launch a nuclear warhead within 6 minutes of receiving instructions. Fortunately, they never had to. We toured the assembly area and listened to an itneresting talk ...

      Samuel P Taylor Campground

      A travel blog entry by waveydavey65 on Jul 17, 2014

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      ... We finally got what we needed and headed back.

      In the afternoon we went for a yomp in the woods but didn't see much. When we got back to the RV however I met Ricky the Racoon right outside our RV. I was just stepping outside and he was right there - I stared at him - he stared at me - so I leapt back into the RV and screamed, he was flipping huge! Later the Park Ranger told me I did the right thing (maybe man up ...

      Weekly Mash #4 - The Ball Game

      A travel blog entry by ashcol64 on May 28, 2014

      4 photos

      ... at the opposite point to where we needed to be. We fell right into that trap for young players by entering the stadium at the first gate off the wharf. Ignoring the temptation to purchase a machete we dodged & weaved the other 41,200 fans walking in the opposite direction as we made our way to our Club Level Outfield seats in block 229. The effort was well worth it with our seats in prime position overlooking the outfield. The Virgin ...

      Muir Woods

      A travel blog entry by stevenordmark on Apr 17, 2014

      3 photos

      ... turns and beautiful views were the order of the day. The turns, however, were usually bending around sheer dark rock that prevented you from seeing the other side until you were there. Up, up we climbed. Not has high as Pikes Peak or Switzerland, where we've driven before, but tighter and greener.

      Suddenly we were on our way down again. "Did we miss it?", I asked. Because Mt. Tamalpais park was defined as everything we were driving through, we didn't really ...