10 Things to do in Monterey California

Immortalized by author John Steinbeck, who was born in nearby Salinas, many visitors to Monterey romanticize about the fishing community heyday of Cannery Row.

What’s for Dinner?

It’s an age old debate between couples and nobody ever seems to have the answer. One that usually takes place while sitting in the car, not going anywhere. I’m sure you are familiar with it. Her: “Where do you want to go for dinner?” Him: “I don’t know where do you want to go?” Her:…

Sakura Delight

Springtime has arrived subtle fragrance fills the air sakura delight On a recent trip to Seattle I found myself strolling from downtown, along the waterfront through Olympic Sculpture, Myrtle Edwards, and Centennial Parks. I took in the stark contrast between the downtown city skyline and the serenity of Elliot Bay and the Puget Sound.  Amidst…

Feel the Rhythm of Baja – 2017 Score San Felipe 250

Sometimes life takes you by surprise, and brings you to a place you hadn’t expected. Then once you find yourself there you enjoy it so much that you just keep coming back to it. That’s how we feel about Baja and the Score San Felipe 250 offroad race.  I was first introduced to San Felipe after Ryan…

Stupid Mistake Nearly Doubles Trip Time

Have you ever gone on a trip and forgot to bring something? You feel it nagging at you in the back of your mind, but you’re not quite sure what it is. Well we did that today as we were heading out to San Felipe for the Baja 250 races! Watch the video to hear…

Happy First Day of Spring

It’s March 20, 2017 and today is the first official day of spring. I know it seems like spring just bypassed us here under the heat of the Arizona desert sun, but if you look closely you will see the striking beauty of the desert heading into full bloom. Wild flowers are springing up along…

Where the Buffalo Roam

I was going through my photos for a project I am working on and got side tracked by some of these beautiful wildlife photos I took in Yellowstone National Park last summer. National Parks are a great place to see wildlife in their natural habitat as they are protected. Just be cautious, because they may…

Superstition Meadery – Reinventing an Old World Craft

Long before craft beers hit the scene, and centuries before grapes were crushed into wine, there was a liquid gold nectar that started it all — Honey Mead. The oldest form of liquid libation known to man, Mead has been enjoyed around the world for more than 8,000 years. It is even believed its origins…