Catalina Island is one of my favorite places and we went for my birthday this year! We did a couple things we hadn’t done before – we rented a golf cart in Avalon and did a two hour golf cart tour around Avalon. The sights were amazing and it was great to see things that […]Read more "Catalina Island Birthday Celebration"
After Mike and I went to see the foxes, we decided to go check out the wildflower bloom in Anza-Borrego Desert State Park. It definitely did not disappoint! We saw some beautiful flowers and some great scenes! My favorite part was the moonrise we saw over the mountains. We also learned about a new desert […]Read more "Anza-Borrego Desert State Park"
Back in February, Mike and I went to the JAB Canid Education and Conservation Center (JABCECC) to meet and learn about foxes. This place was actually very close to the California Wolf Center that Mike and I visited a few years ago. However, much like the wolves, Mike and I didn’t realize how much we […]Read more "JAB Canid Education and Conservation Center"
We were so happy to be back with the Night Hawks for one of our favorite photo shoots in downtown LA! Mike and I started off in Grand Park and had a great time photographing the fountain before we went to the Walt Disney Concert Hall and then the freeway bridges!Read more "Night Hawks DTLA"
This year, Mike and I decided to do a Christmas lights boat cruise in Newport Beach. We usually hit up Candy Cane Lane in Torrance, but we thought that seeing lights from a boat would be fun! It didn’t disappoint! It was so neat seeing all of the houses decorated with lights on the ocean, […]Read more "Newport Beach Christmas Lights"
After living here for over five years, one of the places we had never been was Big Bear Lake. It’s about two hours from where we live, and it’s a very popular place to go in the winter. They have mountains, they get a LOT of snow, and they have tubing, skiing, snowboarding, etc during […]Read more "Big Bear Lake"
For our trip to Central California, I was most excited about was seeing WILD OTTERS. Sure, the scenery was great and the food was great but there were OTTERS! We saw them in a few different places, but the best viewing we had was at Moss Landing, which is about 30 minutes north of Monterey. […]Read more "Central Coast – OTTERS (and other animals)"