Leo Carrillo State Park is one of my favorite beaches in Southern California because it is a mixture of sand and cliffs, tide pools and sea creatures.
A brief overview and guide to the respective and diverse parks, sites, and monuments of the National Park Service in the state of California.
From the colorful ice plants on the coastline of California where the relentless crashing of Pacific Ocean waves creates a constant din to the whoof of a golf ball being launched skyborne hopefully settling into that desired hole on one of the world famous golf courses...the 17 Mile Drive scenery...
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...
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.
Merle Haggard's got his start in Bakersfield. You can see his boxcar converted house at the Kern County Museum on Chester Avenue in Bakersfield, California. Barbara Mandrell country legend
I say, Why NOT California? California is not just a place. It's a way of life. Cliché, I know, but true. I say that having come from a small farming community in Indiana, which is a completely different way of life than California. We just follow...
Forested areas, rushing streams, numerous waterfalls, majestic rocks of the Sierra Nevada mountain range as well as meadows & lakes entice one to further explore this magnificent park. See many photos
History and justice are still alive in the old courthouse of Mariposa, California. For more than a century and a half, this venerable building has been an icon dating from gold rush days.
Ft. Tejon was an active military outpost that was located in the region between Stockton and Los Angeles. During the decade between 1854 and 1864 it served as one of the major Western military posts.