For the last few weeks, I’ve been working my way through Siler’s non-fiction 300 page book documenting the story of slavery in San Francisco’s Chinatown and the women who fought it.
Hey y’all! I’ve been a little MIA here lately. You see hubs (and fur kids) and I are moving back to Colorado Springs in the next few weeks. This is 1) freaking amazing and I’m so excited and 2) very quick and causing me a lot of anxiety
My parent’s come to visit us in California once a year, and since none of us are really thrilled with the options of things to do in Modesto, we tend to visit somewhere else. Last year, we spent a few days in the Bay and a few days in South Lake Tahoe. This year, we … More South Lake Tahoe 2017
We found Pinnacles NP almost by accident, we were wanting to explore a new place while family was visiting. We were thrilled to find this little hidden treasure just off the California coast.
Summer is coming to an end, hopefully soon. And with it new opportunities to save on those energy bills!
I picked to include this park just after we visited which was a good idea at the time of scheduling this post but led to a very long post…so enjoy!
While I love Yosemite being in my backyard, Redwoods NP maybe one of my favorite parks. Travis and I discovered this gorgeous park in 2014 after moving to California and immediatly signed up for a short 5K run at a State Park near the National Park areas, and basically these are jointly managed parks by … More National Park Series | Redwoods National Park | California
I started this series with Yosemite NP, because this park is literally in my backyard (if my backyard was all of Central California). When we first relocated to California, we were thrilled to be so close to Yosemite! Which is great except this is one of the most popular National Parks, so we tend to … More National Park Series | Yosemite National Park | California
To celebrate our 10th wedding anniversary at the end of June, hubby and I decided to do something special and unique to commemorate our big day. So we decided to go Whale Watching in Monterey Bay, launching from Moss Landing on the Sea Goddess.
This was our 3rd year attending the Prairie Creek Redwoods Race in Orick, CA. This year we were a bit more out of shape and hadn’t been to the gym in a while so we opted for walking the race, which was fine by us. We finally got to really enjoy the views and scenery … More 3rd Annual Prairie Creek Redwoods 5K Race 2016