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Sincerely, Chris MacDonald (Your Friend)
Here is an Energy Quote from Former Huntington Beach Mayor Debbie Cook. “When making fuel from wood, make sure you have wood.” Robert [...]
Professor Dennis Napier Leads Encore Museum Trip, shown in fine art photography of Timothy Wolcott.
Few have the time, patience, equipment and decades of skill to capture the images in detail that Big Bear Lake photographer Timothy Wolcott sells in his gallery. But for an introduction and appreciation of Death Valley, an incredible tour is being [...]
San Diego, Calif.–Laura Hendrickson of San Diego Beach Improvement Group (SanDiegoBIG.org) asks those who need a break from the sunshine and palm trees (sounds like a ridiculous thing to get away from) to consider the upcoming VAVi Ski and Snowboard Club’s 2010 Trip to Mammoth Mountain. Some fun loving people are heading to Mammoth Mountain [...]
Catalina Island, California–26 miles across the sea–and so the tune goes. Going to Catalina is something you do on a whim. When the weather is nice, you just want to hop on a boat and be there looking at the bay, watching the beautiful fish swim in the clear waters, and riding a golf cart.
Dog walks in Southern California include strolls hand in hand along the Pacific Ocean, where dog permitted beaches in Laguna Beach, Newport Beach, Huntington Beach and Long Beach allow your canine to visit and have fun.
Dogs as family members are a fact of life in California and elsewhere. Some people confess to loving their pets [...]
Atascadero, Calif.–Green Acres Lavender Farm in the scenic, mellow rollings hills of San Luis Obispo County is waiting for lavender to bloom for this year’s fresh crop. Used in oils, bath bars, candles, sachets and as a spice in cookies, cakes and teas, Janice and Bob on the farm are never satisfied to let the [...]
Architecture for Humanity invites the public to enter their ideas into a contest to help Trestles, one of Southern California’s most celebrated surfing beaches. Access to Trestles is under threat due to safety and environmental concerns such as impromptu manmade paths that host over 100,000 beach-goers each year.
A coalition of concerned groups organized by the [...]
As we wander the beaches of California and gaze out to the sea, watching the graceful dolphins that seem to frolic in the Pacific Ocean, we marvel at the ease with which they ply the coastal waters. These creatures aren’t just fun to watch but for scientists, their health provides clues for other mammals–humans.
Diseases in [...]