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“Kamping” at KOA San Diego

Camping is a beloved pastime and a quintessential part of American culture. Since 1962, Kampgrounds of America (KOA) has been on a mission to preserve the joy of camping and to make it an experience that everyone can partake in. With over 500 locations across the United States and Canada, adventure is closer than you … Continue reading “Kamping” at KOA San Diego

The Best Places to Eat in San Francisco

Most people who know me understand my love for cooking and gastronomy. My second trip to San Francisco allowed me to deepen that passion. I practically ate my way through the city in four days. Behold, the ultimate guide to the best places to eat in San Francisco! GOOD MORNING Higher Grounds Glen Park - … Continue reading The Best Places to Eat in San Francisco

Destination: Idyllic Idyllwild

"Keep close to Nature’s heart... and break clear away, once in awhile, and climb a mountain or spend a week in the woods. Wash your spirit clean." - John Muir Ah, now I understand why my friends escape to the mountains on a whim! A weekend in Idyllwild does the body and soul some mighty … Continue reading Destination: Idyllic Idyllwild

Destination: Palm Springs

The desert city of Palm Springs is nostalgic and truly timeless. It serves as an iconic example of mid-century California living in the form of 1960s architecture, vintage cars, and palm tree lined streets. I have been vacationing in Palm Springs since I was a young girl and it's easy to see why it is … Continue reading Destination: Palm Springs

Day Trip: Glamping in Joshua Tree

Oh, Joshua Tree. You are so unique, far-flung, and downright bizarre.... I first visited the quirky desert town several years ago and took keenly to the creative community. While brainstorming road trip ideas one weekend, I settled on heading back to Joshua Tree. I also decided that it would be the perfect place to check … Continue reading Day Trip: Glamping in Joshua Tree