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California is a paradise with a thousand miles of cool, sandy beaches, 500 miles of stunning forests (including the giant redwoods - the biggest trees on Earth,) and Death Valley, where temperatues typically top 120 degrees in the summer months. Be a part of this spectacular journey!

14June

Winters Calif. Earthquake...

If you log onto National "Did You Feel It" Earthquake reporting center, you'll see that earthquakes are happening all the time and not just in California. But you've gotta' love a town where they take ...
16May

Endangered Species Day

Did you know that the plover chick (shown) is active shortly after hatching and soon begins feeding along the beach with its parents? May 16, 2014 was National Endangered Species Day, declared by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife ...
17March

Not Your Typical Tourist ...

"San Francisco as I see it" by  Paula Schultz. She has been on the road again taking "not your typical tourist photos."  Shown is a view of the Golden Gate Bridge traffic up close (left) ...

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California’s Official Outdoor Pl...

Published on: April 25, 2018
RAMONA has a been a California tradition performed at the Ramona Bowl in Hemet since 1932. Like Marilyn Monroe getting her start in starring roles such as Artichoke Queen at Castroville Artichoke Festival, actresses Raquel Welch, Loretta Young and Mary Pickford played Ramona in a Southern California pageant staged outdoor with costumed actors (some ...

Great Drinks, Fresh Fruit, Sweet Music...

Published on: April 24, 2018
The last weekend of April offers many tastes such as lemons, strawberries, olives and Spam to please the palate. If you're missing your music festivals include reggae, jazz, country, blues and ukulele! Music Festivals CHICO: Nor-Cal Jazz Festival Apr.27 BAKERSFIELD: Jazz Festival Apr.27-28 BOULDER CREEK: Do It Ourselves Fest Apr.27-29 INDIO: Stagecoach Festival Apr.27-29 LIVERMORE: Two Day Town Music and ...

Island Love, Aloha Spirit in Californi...

Published on: April 23, 2018
Who doesn't love Polynesian culture, especially in California where people from many Pacific islands live? Polynesia is characterized by land spread over a very large portion of the mid and southern Pacific Ocean, so California's festivals and events produced by people originating from these regions may focus on one specific group, but often include a ...

Wacky Parades Celebrate Tortoises, Rho...

Published on: April 22, 2018
It's a busy week ahead and there are many surprises around the bend. Several of the standout parades celebrate local icons. California City Tortoise Days Parade on April 28, 2018 features state reptile, the Desert Tortoise, and celebrates nearby attraction, Desert Tortoise Natural Area. All kidding aside, the protected area with its own native population ...

Celebrating Sea Life at CaliforniaR...

Published on: April 21, 2018
Californians have come out in force to celebrate Earth Day with special focus in 2018 on the Earth's oceans and water bodies which make up approx. 75% of the planet's surface. California is lucky to have more than one aquarium offering year-round celebrating, educating and learning about the sea and its creatures. While more than 50% ...

Taste California

Published on: April 20, 2018
Pictured is Taste of Little Italy in San Diego's eclectic Italian-themed neighborhood. Ideal for pizza and pasta lovers, guests choose the North or South route, or can buy tickets to both. There must be something to California's wildly popular Taste events. They charge anywhere from a few bucks to hundreds of dollars and often are ...

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