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Point Reyes 2007 Trip

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Friday, December 28th
Drive to Olema

Friday afternoon, we headed up to the tiny town of Olema, situated on the eastern edge of Point Reyes National Seashore. Olema is not far from San Francisco. After crossing the Golden Gate Bridge, we turned west onto Sir Francis Drake Boulevard. From there, it's about 40 minutes to Olema.

There are several inns and cottages in the area. There is a limited supply, though, so be sure to make a reservation in advance. In the summer months, you can camp at Samuel P. Taylor State Park. Well, I guess you can camp there outside of summer, but it was definitely too cold for us to do it in December.

After unloading our bags, we drove two miles north to the small town of Point Reyes Station, where we ate dinner at the Station House Cafe. The food was good but a bit on the expensive side. But that's probably true of most places in the area.


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