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End of May 2018, field flourishing with Blue Eyed Grass. This field will not be here next year because of mass development in the area.
Shell Creek Road is a beautiful back road drive any time of year, and spectacular with spring wildflowers
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Walking through the Elfin Forest in Los Osos where I came upon a lookout point with a stunning view. This particular lookout point is just a few steps
Carrizo Plain National Monument - at the eastern edge of Central California what at first glance seems desolate is full of life on closer view
Elephant Seals in Central California - They came to visit 20+ years ago and haven't left yet. How and where to see them.
Pfeiffer Beach is secluded, small, hard to find, on the Big Sur coast and has purple sand. All the insiders tips are here.
Pfeiffer Beach Keyhole Rock - A beautiful gallery of photos of this treasure of Big Sur
A listing of central California beach cities, from the posh elegance of Carmel by the Sea, to the relaxed cowboy seaside town of Cayucos, you're sure to find something here that invites.
I HEARD A RUMOR THAT THE WINERY HAS BEEN SOLD TO A WINERY INVESTMENT FUND. THIS PLACE IS AMAZING.
The yellows are so intense and everywhere!
The El Camino Real Bells - Since 1906 the bells have marked the route of the mission trail. Back then they were the only signs on the primitive highway. Full history and photos.
California Back Roads - The road less traveled is usually the most beautiful. A guide to Central California scenic drives.
Central California Wildflowers - Far more than just poppies, the display varies by year but there is always a good show. Where the best displays can be found