Lyn-Mar Pond Guest Ranch

Address: 60072 Mammoth Pool Road, North Fork, California, 60072, United States | Ranch
 
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This ranch is located on 60072 Mammoth Pool Road, North Fork.
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    Travel Blogs from North Fork

    And Then There Were Cows...

    A travel blog entry by bonjourbelle on Jul 27, 2015

    67 photos

    ... the view at dusk. So pretty.

    After our drive, we met Auntie Stacey at the restaurant at our hotel for dinner. Our waiter was really obnoxious, but the food was good. I got chicken schnitzel, which we decided was on the menu because of the amount of European tourists in the area. Regardless, it was tasty. After dinner, we got a car wash, hoping it would take some of the more obvious scratches off the car. Eh... It looks better. Then it was back to the hotel for some rest and relaxation.
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    Road trip on pacific coast and beyond

    A travel blog entry by doctoramybaba on Jun 20, 2015

    9 comments, 105 photos

    ... the sea side.



    Muir Woods - Get a tour to take you there. Spend an hour or two, nice, peaceful, worth a visit


    California Academy of Sciences - good for a 2 hour visit, must see the white alligator and the rain forests. Tickets ...

    And now to Yosemite NP!

    A travel blog entry by petkatravels on Jun 07, 2015

    30 photos

    ... drive and viewing the massive El Capitan and Bridal Veil Falls and on the return drive, a visit to the Pioneer Village at Wawona. Loved every minute. We think the ones who climb Half Dome are thrill seekers! We needed binoculars to see them! But on the other side they go up via a cable and wooden step-like slats, evidently. No thank you!
    Our third day we drove straight to the village, stopped off at Yosemite Falls ...

    PCT day 48. 6/6/15.

    A travel blog entry by yankolimon on Jun 06, 2015

    ... The trail dropped to 10,500 feet before making us climb to 11,968 feet, the height of Glenn Pass. It began to snow on us intermittently as we were climbing and descending Glenn Pass. Unfortunately, Hummingbird twisted her ankle on the approach back to the PCT, yet she was still able to hike despite the pain. Needless to say, it slowed her down. Shepherd, Teflon, Hummingbird, and Casey spooked when they heard thunder. They had decided to wait it out a bit before going over ...

    The US OF A

    A travel blog entry by nikkicredfern on Apr 08, 2015

    14 photos

    ... shirt on underneath that revealed that she was the bus driver still she continued waving her fists in the air! Well this left us wondering what to do next as think she might of pulled a gun on us if we passed her. Nick got out and asked a couple of park wardens and they knew her very well and said she was always like this with everybody and we were to wait until she moved off as it was prohibited overtaking a bus. Well it certainly made ...