LA County Fair in Pomona, CA

Lets get this out first, I love the fair. This review may be a little biased as it is something I look forward to doing every year and have for the last four years running. The fair itself is not in LA but in Pomona (about 30 minutes east of LA) which has a large […]

Route 66 Rendezvous: An Excuse to Photograph Vintage Cars

One of United States most famous roads is Route 66 which spans 2,448 miles and connects Chicago and LA. The road itself was established in 1926 and ran for almost 60 years before it was removed from the US highway system in 1985. The historic Route 66 gets many visitors ever year, but it’s the […]

Torrey Pines State Reserve: Hiking Razor Point, Yucca Point & the Beach Trail

By far one of the easiest and most rewarding hikes you can do in Southern California is the plethora of trails at the Torrey Pines State Reserve in La Jolla. These trails provide a perfect backdrop for your exploration of the amazing California coastal scenery and they can be as long or as short as you […]

The Donut Hole, La Puente: A Drive Thru Donut

A couple weeks ago I was researching cool places to go in LA and stumbled upon The Donut Hole of La Puente. My sister is a huge fan of donuts so naturally I had to check it out and see if it was as awesome as the pictures made it seem. It is not everyday […]

Fingerprints Record Store: The Horrible Crowes

Finding myself in a good record store is how I would imagine antique lovers feel about a good vintage shop. I love to browse the aisles looking for hidden treasure, be that a CD from my youth that brings nostalgia or a record of a band that I have been waiting to pick up. When […]

Hiking to the San Jacinto Summit from the Tram

About a year ago a couple friends and I set out to hike to the San Jacinto Summit from where the tram lets out. Without much research we went into it thinking this would be a pretty simple hike as the tram drops you off at 8500 feet and the summit is only 10500; however, […]

Kayaking the Sea Caves of La Jolla with La Jolla Kayak

This past weekend a couple friends and I went down to San Clemente to spend the weekend camping, surfing and hanging out by the camp fire. However, not content to stick to the norm we decided to go in search of a new adventure which brought us to the fine folks at La Jolla Kayak […]

Big Falls Waterfall in Forest Falls

Big Falls waterfall in Forest Falls is one of the largest year-round running waterfalls in Southern California. The top part of the falls is around 150 to 200 feet drop and the water continues down to the river below. There are many small waterfalls below the main two which makes this waterfall seem like it […]

Heart Rock Waterfall Hike (Seely Creek Falls) in Crestline, CA

Heart Rock Waterfall, which is also known as Seely Creek Falls, is located in Crestline, CA at the end of a roughly 1 mile each way hike. The waterfall is beautiful as it drops around 25 feet; however, the true draw of this hike is the fact that the waterfall has an almost perfect cut […]

Tide Pools of Little Corona Del Mar

I have always been intrigued by the limitless and extraordinary life that seems to exist in our planet’s oceans. I am a huge fan of aquariums, have snorkeled dozens of times and have a hard time turning off Shark Week even though it’s the same thing every year. For this reason, I am a fan […]