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When It Rains, It Pours Complaints

Californians prayed and hoped for Rain for more than a year. State is in severe drought. Water Reservoirs at emergency low. It’s Land, parched and cracked. Forests ravaged by Wildfires the entire Summer. Took a long time, but finally God … Continue reading

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Genie and Bottle, the Untold Story

I felt like I was dying climbing back up. My body, in aches and pain the next day. But I will do what I did all over again when opportunity strikes. Why? Because it’s one of my Life Source. We … Continue reading

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Alamo and Riverwalk 2021 Adventures

My son must be around 5 years old when we first saw the Alamo and rode the Riverwalk Cruise. My son said he can’t remember it. I wanted to refresh his memory but I can’t remember it too. I knew … Continue reading

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Visiting Austin During A Pandemic

Never in my wildest dreams where I had to choose between regular mask or the airtight N95 mask when riding a plane. It’s our first out of State travel during a pandemic. Anxious? Yes. Excited? Yes. In disbelief? Kinda and … Continue reading

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Santa Cruz, The Lost Boys and Us

Surfers Turf, Santa Cruz is not only known for its awesome Surf Breaks but also for its beautiful haunting Sun-kissed Beaches. Winter, Monarch Cove at Natural Bridges State Beach provides Haven and Sanctuary to migratory Monarch Butterflies. Thousands of flickering … Continue reading

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Birds Beach, Seals Beach, Human Beach, Any Difference?

Is there any difference between Birds Beach, Seals Beach and Human Beach? Yes, there are contrast and differences with some commonalities. Birds Beach has lots of flying, diving, tweeting, singing, pooping. Life is communal, crowded, but everyone gets along. Sharing … Continue reading

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Haute Enchilada Cafe and Gallery

Have you been to a restaurant where the owner personally meet, greet, takes you to your table and serve you your food? Have you been to a restaurant that feels like you’re part of their family though a total stranger? … Continue reading

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Squirrels Eating Doritos

You know the world is messed up when Squirrels are eating Doritos, an addicting delicious junk food. Sunday, wife and I drove to Bixby Bridge. We were very surprised the Squirrels just keep going to any tourist near them. The … Continue reading

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Carmel By The Sea

Like meeting a Lover on Cloud 9…Carmel by the Sea. Like the Sun renewing its eternal love for the Day…Carmel by the Sea. Like a heartbroken, anxious adventurer finding his joyful calm…Carmel by the Sea. Like the Sunset in its … Continue reading

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Ghost of the Blue Lady at Moss Beach Distillery

Romantic, tragic, spine-chilling. Our story began some 72 years ago. Young and naive, a beautiful woman always in a blue dress fell in love with a handsome ladies’ man who played piano at the bar of Moss Beach Distillery. She … Continue reading

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Pismo Beach, Not Another Beach

Son making his point, “Dad, 3 hours drive just to go to a beach? A beach is a beach. We can go closer.” Hmm, what to say to convince him? True, a beach is a beach. What makes Pismo Beach … Continue reading

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Private Beach on our last day of Summer

“I don’t have to be rich to have a private beach. I just need gas money and a long day off.” People wonder what it is to travel at a whim to the most expensive, beautiful destinations from around the … Continue reading

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