Sharlene Earnshaw

Blue Whales, The Largest Animal On The Planet, Putting On Shows Off SoCal WatersThese days we are always looking for the next big thing. This summer, hop on a boat and head out onto Southern California’s coastal waters where the largest animal on the planet is sure to blow you away.
Guide To Waterfalls In Southern CaliforniaSouthern California may not be the first place people think about when they think about waterfalls, but locals in the know have been seeking out these local cascades for decades.
Saddle Up For A Family Vacation At A Dude RanchMost people equate dude ranches to the range riding, doggie wrangling, pot full of beans eating experience we all watched Billy Crystal endure in the movie "City Slickers."
Orange County Day Trip: Holy Jim Canyon At first glance, folks wouldn’t think there was anything wild left in Orange County. Those folks have never been to Holy Jim Canyon.
A Guide To Orange County’s State ParksSouthern California is filled with dozens of state parks which preserve the history, culture, and beauty of the Southland.
Guide To Los Angeles County State Beaches
Blue Whale Watching With Dana Wharf Tours
Sea Kayaking in La Jolla
Fieldtrip: Sequoia and Kings Canyon National ParksStanding just 5 hours from the towering skyscrapers of downtown Los Angeles is a forest filled with giants created by Mother Nature. Beyond the big trees, Sequoia and Kings Canyon offer the same great hiking opportunities and Sierra Nevada vistas as Yosemite, but with far fewer crowds.
Family Fieldtrip - San Diego’s Mission BayOne of the most family-friendly waterfront destinations in San Diego is Mission Bay a 4,200 square foot aquatic playground that is focused on recreation and tourism, offering families a variety of ways to have a memorable weekend getaway.
Family Field Trip: San Juan Capistrano’s Historic Los Rios DistrictSkip the LA traffic and hop on board the train for a day of exploring Los Rios.
A Guide To LA County Historic State ParksCA state parks are facing closures due to budget cuts. Here is a look at LA County’s State Historic Parks, including a few which may be forced to close for good on July 1st. Why not show them some love before you can't anymore?
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