So you’ve never been camping before. That’s alright, no one’s judging. But Summer is coming (YESSSSS) and maybe you’ve been feeling a bit cooped up (between NorEasters and the Pineapple Express, that’s understandable), or maybe you just want to get out of your comfort zone. Either way, getting out for a night of camping under Read More
In a society where it is easy to get too comfortable in our own shoes, it is young women like 21-year-old Cherie King from Lake Arrowhead who make us take a step back and see life from a different perspective. For King, going about her day is no ordinary routine. However, King does not let Read More
You see, I’ve happened upon a gem and I’m not sure I want to share it with anyone. But because I’m such a nice person and happen to love writing about travel, I guess it’s in the stars that I tell you all about the gem that is Washington State. After meeting my new man, Read More
The relentless traffic only further encouraged my anticipation. After heading south on the 405 to the 133 to the 241Â and then through the narrow Trabuco Canyon, we found the perfect spot for the RV. TheÂ O’Neill Regional Park inÂ theÂ Santa Margarita Mountains boasted huge oak trees and grasslands that span more than 3,000 acres. Our camp spot Read More
A recent trip to Austin, Texas for the annual Austin City Limits Festival (ACL) of 2009, had me both confused and excited. As we began our final decent into the “weirdest part of Texas,” I had no clue what I was in for. From my previous travels and venturing around Austin, I was reminded somewhat Read More
This weekend I ventured out of Calabasas again and made my way up the 5 to the Sequoia National Forest with Wil and his dog.