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Olema
Marin County, California

Olema consists of two restaurants, a general store, a small hotel, a campground, and a church, plus a few inconspicuous houses.

The Olema Valley was created by the San Andreas Fault and was probably the epicenter of the great 1906 San Francisco Earthquake. There are two streams here, parallel to each other and in places only a hundred yards apart, but running in opposite directions.


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Point Reyes Seashore Lodge in Olema

Point Reyes Seashore Lodge in Olema

The Point Reyes Seashore Lodge and the Farm House Restaurant.

Olema, California

Date photographed: November 10, 2011
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Olema Inn and Restaurant on Highway One

Olema Inn and Restaurant on Highway One

The Olema Inn and Restaurant, corner of Sir Francis Drake Boulevard and Highway One.

Olema, California

Date photographed: November 10, 2011
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Bolinas Ridge

Bolinas Ridge

Bolinas Ridge Trail is part of a complex mosaic of protected lands in western Marin County. It is in the Golden Gate National Recreation Area but adjoins Samuel P. Taylor State Park, Point Reyes National Seashore, and several open space and agricultural preserves.

Golden Gate National Recreation Area, near Olema, California

Date photographed: July 23, 2015
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Bolinas Ridge above the Olema Valley

Bolinas Ridge above the Olema Valley

The long round-topped ridge east of the San Andreas rift in the Olema Valley is confusingly named Bolinas Ridge (it is nowhere near the town of Bolinas).

Golden Gate National Recreation Area, near Olema, California

Date photographed: July 23, 2015
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