State beach campgrounds in Southern California are popular destinations for many reasons. With mild weather and well, the beach, people flock in droves during the summer months. Campsite reservations … Continue Reading
Surf, sand, and sun make a fun and visually stunning coastal landscape anytime of the year. Moreover, when the tide recedes an underwater world emerges changing the visual terrain twice daily.
The … Continue Reading
Northwest Open Space in San Juan Capistrano, California
With 80 degree temps and sunny skies last Sunday there was no way I was staying indoors. The kids and I headed to the northwest open space … Continue Reading
Tucker Wildlife Sanctuary, at the end of Modjeska Canyon, is a small nature preserve owned and operated by Cal State Fullerton. If you have never visited and explored the canyons of Orange County add … Continue Reading
Life is busy, but good. Working more than full-time as a single parent, IT analyst, and most recently part of a trio publishing the new Outdoor Families Magazine. With so much time dedicated to work … Continue Reading
Take a walk and have a picnic.
With summer comes long daylight hours and warm evenings, which make a wonderful setting for a picnic in the park, at the beach, in the woods, or near a … Continue Reading
ADVENTURE: a bold, usually risky undertaking; hazardous action of uncertain outcome. (adventure. (n.d.). Dictionary.com Unabridged. Retrieved August 05, 2013, from Dictionary.com)
My recent visit to … Continue Reading