Tag Archive: vacations

Take a Hike at the Beautiful Santa Rosa Plateau

The Santa Rosa Plateau located near Murrieta, CA in the Santa Ana Mountains is a great place to hike and learn about California’s history and native ecology.

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Spring Break Travel Ideas for Families

One place you probably don’t want to be during spring break is anywhere near Florida! That may be the place for college students, but it’s probably not the destination you would choose if you have a family. Instead of choosing potential party places, try one of these spring break travel ideas for families. Beaches If …

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Well that was disappointing

After much thought, my husband and I decided to drive down to Kit Carson Park in Escondido to see the Arboretum and Queen Califa’s Magic Circle – a really cool outdoor sculpture garden. I had been once before a few years ago and J really enjoyed running around the statues. I thought it would be …

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Does anyone know if…

Does anyone know if Alien Slime comes out of… Spiky Koopa Shells? Mustaches?  Princess dresses? Duck Cloth upholstered chairs?  (and most importantly) 2012 World Series Championship Gear? Guess it is time to call… (oh, c’mon, you had to see that one coming three pictures ago). Related Post What does my house have against light bulbs? …

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Blogging Bayside

M managed to get us a room at one of our favorite places for the night. It is a perfect 77 degrees with a gentle breeze. We stopped at Legoland on the way down then played on the private beach.   After some pizza lunch the pool is calling.  And I am taking my own …

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We will be closed for Labor Day

This week I have: installed service pack 1 on my computer without Windows Update installed 10 important updates on my husband’s computer one at a time installed needed updates on the rarely used desktop purchased and set up 2 smart phones purchased and installed the new printer to work wirelessly on all of the above. …

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Trying to find perspective through flowers.

If you have ever been on the 5 Freeway between San Diego and Los Angeles in the springtime you probably have seen the blaze of color on the hills just to the east. The Flower Fields of Carlsbad. It has been on my “things I’d like to do list” ever since I first saw them …

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