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Gold Country Guide

When the opportunity arose to escape the city and head into the mountains, there was no way I could pass it up. A few weekends back, we inhaled that air only found deep within the wilderness and embraced the warm beginning of summer in the Sierra Mountains. All weekend long, the sun shined through the trees…

What To Wear & Where To Go In Napa

A classic look with neutral colors doesn’t only represent a California cool look, but the general style also pairs great with the surrounding blue and green landscape along the vineyards of Napa valley and the European vibe that makes up downtown. When in wine country, comfort is key, so leave those tall wedges behind and swap them out with…

Point Reyes Travel Guide

Travel is all around us and contrary to popular belief, you don’t necessarily need to book an expensive plane ticket to a far off place to experience a new destination! Sometimes, the best low key day trips and mini adventures can be in close proximity to you! As long as some research is done, it…

Exploring The 17 Mile Drive

One of the many beautiful sections of the Central Coast is the stunning coastline between Monterey, Pebble Beach and Carmel. The bright blue skies, cypress groves, turquoise waters and white sand make this drive popular for good reason! Through the Del Monte Forest and along the treasured sparking waters of the Pacific situated right next…

The Ultimate Highway 1 Guide

Roaring cliff sides, sun filled skies, seaside flowers, golden hills, endless tide pools, road side fruit stands- it’s all just a little slice of heaven. The section of Highway 1 between San Francisco and Santa Cruz  holds numerous must see stops along the way. McNee Ranch, Montara Beach, Moss Beach Distillery, and Pie Ranch are…

How To See Big Sur In 10 Hours

Ah, Big Sur! After countless hours of drooling over images, reading articles of this majestic stretch of land and dreaming of making it there one day – it happened! Amazing weather, centralized accommodations and a constant sense of discovering the unknown, John and I ventured to Big Sur in hopes of disconnecting from the ever…

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