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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!

07January

Silver Strand State Beach...

Kind of like a slice of island paradise, Silver Strand State Beach on Coronado Island features the warmest weather and bluest skies this side of the Hawaiian Islands. Our favorite and only way we've ever ...
13February

Scottish Festival –...

First off, if you go to a Scottish Festival and you call the man's attire a skirt, you're probably going to tick someone off. It's a kilt.  And just because he (or she) is smiling ...
27April

A Beautiful Baby – ...

Do you want your little bundle of joy to look like a Hollywood celeb so he will have a better chance in life? Don't leave it to chance. California leads the way in sales of ...

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Turkey Drive California 1800s

Published on: November 17, 2017
It must have been quite a sight to see two men, two dogs and 500 turkeys leave Hangtown amongst sneers and laughter from some who thought the ludicrous idea was doomed from the start. But an enterprising Californian, Henry C. Hooker, was not one to give up, even though the turkeys usually poked along as ...

No Cookie Cutter Operation at These Gi...

Published on: November 16, 2017
California Gingerbread Gingerbread is the hot, new medium for artists to show what their made of. It's a field where half-baked ideas don't cut it. From the $500 admission Gingerbread City in San Diego, to lavish displays such as the enormous 22 feet high by 23 feet wide Gingerbread House  you can walk ...

Artisans Hope Shoppers Drop Cash, Not ...

Published on: November 15, 2017
The weekend before Thanksgiving is a shoppers delight. Pictured is Laguna Beach's Winter Fantasy, part of the Sawdust Festival annual artisan experiences. 150+ vendors make and sell everything from fine art to ceramics, silk, hand-painted clothing, kids toys, glassware, and novelty gifts that you'll not see elsewhere. Don't drop it, or you'll buy it! ...

Kids Play at California Festivals and ...

Published on: November 14, 2017
The fun never stops and this pre-Thanksgiving weekend is tops for getting into high gear with kid-centric, adult-friendly festivals, parades and events to keep all of us young. Pictured: The opening of the LA Kings Holiday Ice at The Pike Outlets in Long Beach | The Color Run in Carson | Mother Goose Parade in El ...

Santa Drops in Bringing Holiday Cheer

Published on: November 13, 2017
When I grew up there was only one Santa and you'd be lucky if you ever saw him. Of course I didn't grow up in California. I grew up in a small town (poulation 5,000) in the Midwest and times were different then.  But this is 21st Century California -- boasting a population close to ...

No Roses at this Pasadena Parade

Published on: November 12, 2017
While the most watched parade in the world, Pasadena's Tournament of Roses - Rose Parade, prepares for its big day with volunteers signing up to decorate floats, the buzz around town this week is about the really fun, 'git down parade that is pretty much the opposite of the huge event 6 weeks later.  ...

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