In the middle of the Southern California Desert near the Salton Sea is a multi-colored man-made mountain built by one man who spent the last 25 years of his life building it to share his love of Jesus.
Living in the country brings a lot of changes for a former city-dweller. Are you a country newcomer?
This northwestern part of California offers spectacular scenery. See photos of pounding surf along the rocky coastline & aptly named Battery Point Lighthouse to magnificent redwood trees.
Traversing the cold blue waters of San Francisco Bay by ferry between Fisherman's Wharf and Sausalito, one will pass by Alcatraz Island and see brightly colored sailboats and other pleasure craft skimming the waves. While Sausalito is but a short drive from the city over the Golden Gate Bridge,...
Trying to cross the Devil's Golf Course in a pioneer's covered wagon would have been a nightmare! Numerous photos plus videos of this largest of U.S. national parks are here to be seen and enjoyed including a palm fringed oasis surrounded by desert.
A tour of a gold rush museum can be boring or interesting, but seeing the humor in history is always fun.
Many gold rush "boom towns" grew up quickly and disappeared almost as fast. Mariposa, California is one that survived from its 1850 beginning, keeping much of the local historic flavor intact.
Beautiful Monterey, Ca is one of the most famous and popular tourist destinations in the United States. So, what is there to do there? Find out.
Finding and Naming Alcatraz The island was originally named at the end of the eighteenth century, when explorers from Spain made their way to the San Francisco Bay in order to chart the as-yet-undiscovered land located...
About an hour to the east of San Francisco, lies the historic Black Diamond Mines site. If you’re planning a visit to San Francisco or the greater Bay Area, this is an interesting side trip...