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Fast Food California
We don’t do anything the same. Even our fast food is different. You have to try these fast-food and fast-casual chains!

Point Pinos Lighthouse
Lighthouse pilgrims, history buffs, and Monterey visitors: Point Pinos makes a great side trip or day excursion!

Point Lobos State Natural Reserve
Point Lobos State Natural Reserve remains one of the crown jewels in the California State Park system. Spend an afternoon or an entire day here, and be sure to bring your camera!

17 Mile Drive
If possible, borrow, rent, or buy a convertible for the drive – it may be cold, but the weather is part of the experience! If that's not possible, roll the windows down and let the Central Coast air perfume your drive.

Lake Tahoe... Lighthouses?
Looking for lighthouses in all the wrong places? You'll actually find the remains of two in Lake Tahoe! Hikers will enjoy the walk to these historical and naturally beautiful places.

Back Roads California
We associate California with the big-number freeways, but there’s a lot of be seen on the off the beaten path. This guidebook will get you started on the roads less traveled!

Hugo Reid
Nicknamed the “Scotch paisano”, Hugo Reid was an early Californian immigrant and one of the first champions of the multi-cultural nature of the state.

Griffith Park History
The park isn't named after the director! Here's a short history of how Los Angeles received one of the largest city public recreation areas in the United States.

Eucalyptus Trees in California
In many parts of California, eucalyptus trees seem to be part of the natural landscape. However, this particular tree isn’t native to the state. Like many other examples of flora and fauna, the introduction of a foreign species to the eco-system has been a very mixed blessing.

Idyllwild
Everyone needs to 'forest bathe', and the tiny hamlet of Idyllwild is a great mountain escape!

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