The address to Lightning in a Bottle is: 2091 New Pleyto Road Bradley, CA 93426
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Getting to LIB from San Francisco involves a bit over three hours of driving south on the 101. After youâ€™re on the 101, take the route down for about 150 miles down to Jolon Rd.
> Get on the 101 South
> Take the County Hwy-G14/Jolon Road exit, EXIT 283, toward Fort Hunter Liggett.
> Once youâ€™re on Jolon rd, follow it through the twists and turns onto your destination. Youâ€™ll stay on it for 32.6 miles which is 36 minutes without traffic. Be on the look-out for New Pleyto Rd, and turn right.
As a reminder, LIBâ€™s address is: 2091 New Pleyto Road Bradley, CA 93426. If youâ€™re coming from Los Angeles, CA, youâ€™ve got two options for getting to LIB.
You can come up via the 1-5 North, or the 101 N. If youâ€™re more inland, you might opt for the 1-5 North, but if youâ€™re coming from the coast youâ€™re likely to take the 101.
> Get on the 1-5 North
> Follow the 1-5 to Kern County (for about 142 miles) and take exit 278 for California 46 towards Lost Hills/ Paso Robles. Take a sharp left to stay on the CA-46 until you see the ramp onto the US 101 N. Taking a right on Sulphur Springs Rd should get you there.
> Follow the 101 N to Jolon Rd, exit 252. Follow Jolon Rd to New Pleyto Rd.
> Get on the 101 N. Follow the 101N to Calle Real in Santa Barbara for about 98 miles. You can either stay on the 101N the entire time, or for a shortcut, take exit 101B for CA 1-154 W. After you follow CA – 154 W for 33 miles, youâ€™ll get back on the 101 N.
> Follow the 101 N to exit 252 for Jolon Rd. Follow Jolon Rd to New Pleyto Rd.
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