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The Haights California United States
California

The Haights

By On July 11, 2012

It’s actually quite coincidental that yesterday I was referring to Jack Kerouac who is seen as one of the pioneers of the beat movement. And today I’m writing about a neighborhood that… Read More

On the Road Part 2 California United States
California

On the Road Part 2

By On July 9, 2012

Route 66. It’s a symbol of freedom. Every teenagers dream. It has inspired writers, singers and composers. Road Trips are my favorite way of holiday-ing, so it made me feel ecstatic when we hit… Read More

...and Down the John Muir Trail California United States
California

…and Down the John Muir Trail

By On June 27, 2012

Nevada Falls is twice as high as Vernal Falls and the path towards it twice as steep.The trail is a little less misty, but again with a huge waterfall and a steep… Read More

Up the Mist Trail... California United States
California

Up the Mist Trail…

By On June 26, 2012

Sometimes after a really great trip we suffer from a reverse form of homesickness. Only the really special places do that to us, and Yosemite Park is definitely one of them. We… Read More

Death Valley #3: Badlands California United States
California

Death Valley #3: Badlands

By On June 19, 2012

Sometimes your eyes play tricks on you. Or your mind just doesn’t know what’s in front of you. Ever had that? Well I have! In the Death Valley Badlands we stopped at… Read More

Highway 1 California United States
California

Highway 1

By On June 5, 2012

I remember seeing an article in National Geographic 7 years ago about Big Sur. The images were breathtakingly beautiful. Since then, this coastal route has been high on my destination wish list.… Read More

Bear Spotting in Yosemite Valley California United States
California

Bear Spotting in Yosemite Valley

By On June 4, 2012

“If you follow the sandy path along those rocks, cross the river behind the bend and follow it till you reach a fresh green meadow where you might spot a bear.” When… Read More