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1160 Airport Park Boulevard, Ukiah, United States
1140 Airport Park Boulevard, Ukiah, United States
693 South Orchard Avenue, Ukiah, United States
555 South Orchard Ave., Ukiah, United States
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We left the casino behind in search of trees, really large trees....the California Coast Redwoods. Coast redwoods are the tallest tree species and among the largest living organisms ever to inhabit the Earth. Redwoods are named for the beautiful red ...
... , two swims in cold rivers, two baby powders, and really stinky sandals, I admit that I am ready for a shower! I stopped in Ukiah and had some juggling fun with Lisa's kindergarten class. Watching her deal with all those 5 year olds really put my ...
I left Ukiah this morning. Ukiah was nicer than Eureka. Noticably so. I had dinner the night before at The Henny Penny. The server had a certain worn out charm. Despite her seeming run ragged b the week she maintained an ...
... 5.8" x 3.8" x .6") - A set of pictures from home (where the heart is), including a postcard of the beautiful Ukiah valley. - Some water purification tablets to prevent Montezuma's revenge. - Tea strainer - Pens, chapstick, a biodegradable fork ...
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Bureau of Land Management, Ukiah Field Office, 2550 North State Street Ukiah, California, United States
Named for the longhorn cattle that once roamed wild, the 60,000 acre Cow Mountain Recreation Area offers a variety of recreational opportunities.
2231 McNab Ranch Road, Ukiah, California, United States
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers 1160 Lake Mendocino Drive Ukiah, California, United States
Lake Mendocino is located in the northern coast range of California where redwood forests meet the wine country. Created by the construction of Coyote Dam on the East Fork of the Russian River in 1958. The dam, built and maintained by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers provides flood damage reduction, water conservation, and hydroelectric power. The lake also provides many recreation opportunities.
Montgomery State Reserve, Ukiah, California, United States
A coast redwood growing in Montgomery Woods State Reserve near Ukiah, is the tallest known tree in the world. It stands five stories higher than the Statue of Liberty.