Sometimes I get overwhelmed when I think about all the traveling and exploring I’d like to do. I’m going to Ireland next month, which I absolutely can’t wait for, and Japan has been high on my mind. Part of what overwhelms me, though, is the sheer amount of adventuring there is to do right inContinue reading “Adventure Time: Santa Cruz Island”
On February 19th, 1942, President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed an executive order that allowed the U.S. military to relocate American citizens of Japanese descent to internment camps.
I love road trips. Flying is nice and saves time, but to me, nothing beats hitting the road. When I was young, my parents took us on a yearly road trip to Washington to visit my cousins. It was a 24-hour drive that we usually split into three 8-hour days. I’ve seen most of the western United States by car — as far east as Wyoming. I consider myself a road trip veteran.
How fantastic is California? Sometimes I forget because I’ve lived here my whole life, but the diversity of landscapes and climates in this huge state is simply amazing. I’ve lived here almost 26 years and done a fair amount of traveling, and there are still parts I haven’t seen. Montaña de Oro State Park wasContinue reading “Montaña de Oro”