California is a large state full of amazing options for traveling and adventure and that’s why I love it. Whether you love the outdoors or exploring big cities CA offers it all. I’ve been through Los Angeles, San Diego and as far North as San Francisco, read about my experiences below.
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I love Palm Springs and so do many other people and it isn’t exactly a well kept secret! For those that don’t know, it truly is one of the most beautiful places in the whole of the United States. There is so much to do there and it is important that everyone knows...
How to spend 48 hours in Los Angeles. Suggestions, tips and advice for your first time traveling in Los Angeles, California.
Capturing the sunset over Los Angeles. Enjoy the L.A.. sunset from the Hollywood Bowl Overlook and see the entire downtown skyline light up at dusk.
Yosemite National Park photos that will make you want to drop everything and visit right now!
Luxury lodging near Yosemite National Park. The Tenaya Lodge is a 4 Diamond AAA rated resort located just 2 miles from the South entrance of Yosemite.
Sea lions lounge in the sun on a cool morning in San Diego.
The snow leopard is globally endangered and extremely beautiful. Did I mention it has an incredible yawn as well? Don’t miss this week’s featured photo!
Mandrills are the largest monkey in the world, but that’s not all they’re known for – they have big brightly colored nostrils, facial markings and rear ends!
The Cabrillo National Monument features some of the best views in all of San Diego. It is located on the Point Loma peninsula and features a large statue, lighthouse, hiking and beautiful scenery. Don’t miss these photos!
This week’s photo is from one of my favorite parks I’ve ever visited – the Botanical building and reflecting lily pond located inside the amazing Balboa Park at San Diego, California.
An unexpectedly perfect day hiking and relaxing on the beach in San Diego’s Torrey Pines State Park and Preserve. It wasn’t too crowded, the scenery was beautiful and nature had been well preserved – all within a few minutes of downtown San Diego.
This week’s featured photo is from the last sunset of 2012 as seen at Imperial Beach, CA.