San Manuel Pow Wow in San Bernardino

Disclosure: This is a sponsored post, but all opinions are my own. The San Manuel Pow Wow is the largest of its kind in California, with hundreds of dancers descending on Cal State San Bernardino for a weekend celebrating Native American culture. Before being invited to the event, I had no idea how big it […]

The Original McDonald’s: A Museum in San Bernardino

I stumbled upon this when I was researching some stuff to do on Route 66. Apparently, this is the site of the first McDonald’s that was open in 1940 and has since been purchased by the owner of local chicken restaurant Juan Pollo and converted into a museum.  It is always debated as to this location […]

Route 66 Attractions from San Bernardino to Rancho Cucamonga

Having lived most of my life in the Inland Empire, I was still oblivious to the fact that Route 66 pretty much runs right through my backyard. One lazy Saturday morning I decided to set out and see what I could find on a short stint down the historic road from San Bernardino to Rancho […]

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 […]