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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!

27May

Artichoke Festival New Lo...

The 55th Annual Artichoke Festival has a new name and new location. It is now called Castroville Artichoke Food Festival & Wine Festival, but you'll no longer find the main event in Castroville. It has moved ...
26March

Flower Power Weekend in C...

Got your flower power this weekend?  Here's how to get it: 1. Costa Mesa Bug Stock March 29, 2014 at OC Market Place 2. Carpinteria Greenhouse & Nursery Tours March 29, 2014 3. Carlsbad Flower Fields open all ...
25August

Not as Peachy in Hughson,...

Once known as the "Peach Capital of the World," Hughson didn't cling to its clingstones enough to maintain world title. While you'll still see peach trees & orchards around the small city, almonds have really ...

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In Search of Love: Famous Cupids in Ca...

Published on: February 14, 2012
Photos left to right: French Porcelain Cupid  (1766-1773) by sculptor Etienne-Maurice Falconet from The Huntington Library, Art Collections and Botanical Gardens; French Cupid Among Roses, or Love the Sentinel (1775) by Jean-Honore Fragonard from The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens; Roman Sculpture of Cupid (A.D. 1 - 50) Bronze, silver, copper cupid sculpture at ...

Flowers Make the Wheels & World G...

Published on: February 14, 2012
There's more than one way to say it with flowers, as shown in the photo of a bicycle in the sand with a vase of flowers planted next to it. Twenty-three percent of adults purchase flowers or plants as gifts for Valentine's Day; of those, 61% are men and 39% were women. Of fresh flower ...

Commercial Side of Valentine’s D...

Published on: February 14, 2012
Photos left to right: Gondola Getaway in Naples, Calif. offers romantic Valentine's rides;  heart shaped helium balloons are tethered to personal belongings at the beach; Valentine's flag banners blow in the breeze next to Pacific Coast Highway 1 in California. What people are buying: 19% of shoppers plan to buy jewelry for their significant others 50% intend ...

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