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Snowy Delights in Mammoth Lakes
Looking for a ski vacation, or perhaps some family snow play? Consider driving to Mammoth Lakes in the Eastern Sierras. While not inexpensive, the area has incredible winter play opportunities. Here are some highlights
The California Mission System
The backbone of historical sites in the state, the mission system is a treat for the traveler.
The Charles M. Schultz Museum
Do you like quirky, offbeat museums? Do you remember the cartoon Peanuts? This Santa Rosa museum honors Charles M. Schultz, and his magnificent lifework.
The Legend of the San Nicholas Island Woman
The story of Juana Maria, the Native American woman who inspired the children's classic Island of the Blue Dolphins, is a fascinating tale - and entirely true.
The Transverse Ranges of Southern California
Did you know that the sun does not set over the ocean from Santa Barbara south? The Transverse Ranges change the orientation of the Southern California Coast and thus have helped to create many of the wonderful areas in the region.
Trail Posts - Book Review
This anthology is a companion to the various state parks of California.
Walt Disney Concert Hall
Los Angeles should be known for more than Hollywood and kitsch. The Walt Disney Concert Hall is a world-class concert venue, designed by Frank Gehry. While it provides space for amazing concerts and performances of all kinds, the architecture of the building is in itself a tourist attraction.
Wine in California
Why has the state of California become synonymous with the wine industry? Here's a short explanation and history.
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