Museum of Jurassic Technology in Los Angeles: LA’s Strangest Museum

Let me preface this review by saying I had no idea what to expect when I came here, I was simply looking at Yelp reviews and saw a lot of positive comments and so I made it a stop on one of my recent trips. That being said, I still have no freaking clue what […]

Watts Towers in Los Angeles: History, Tours and Pictures

The Watts Towers is one of the those places I knew very little about before actually making the visit. It kept coming up whenever I would do research on the best places to see in LA but there was not a lot of information or photos on it other then just recommendations to go check […]

Teakettle Junction in Death Valley

Teakettle Junction is one of those unique places in the middle of nowhere that draws visitors see it while on the road to the Racetrack Playa. Not a lot of history is known about this location, but a couple of locals told me that it is said to have been put here to show early […]

Port of San Diego Statues: Unconditional Surrender & Bob Hope

This is a short post as there is not a lot to write about this area other then that it is worth checking out if you are down in San Diego. There are a couple of amazing statues located right next to the USS Midway, and they are fun to take pictures of and/or with. […]

Ostrich Land: An Ostrich Farm Off The 101

Having traveled the coast many times in my life, I always try to stumble on something new and exciting during my treks. Once when driving back with my sister, we took a detour to Solvang and drove past Ostrich Land. Without so much as a question, we pulled in to see what would be in […]

Cabazon Dinosaurs: The Biggest Dinosaur in the World

The famous Cabazon Dinosaurs, almost everyone has seen them in one way or the other. They have been in everything from music videos to Pee Wee’s Big Adventure, and if you live in Southern California there is not much chance that you haven’t driven by them at least once on the way to Palm Springs or Arizona. According to the […]