USS Midway Tour

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Sara and I got a private tour of the decommissioned Aircraft Carrier the USS Midway today by our good friend Jonathan Pauley. Jonathan was a marine on the ship in the mid 80’s as an aircraft electrical mechanic. Whenever Jonathan’s … Continued

Surf City Half Marathon 2019

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We got a chance to go the surf city half marathon again this year. It looked like it was going to rain heavy this year and we were prepared with garbage bags and warm clothes. But the sun peaked out … Continued

South Africa – Cape Town

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After a couple of hours flight from Joberg we were in CapeTown ready to explore. We rented a Airbnb flat in the city about 2 miles from the harbor and in the heart of the city We had a wonderful … Continued

Wisconsin Trip 2018

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Visiting in Minnesota Our Wisconsin trip this year, started by us driving to Minnesota. Our good friends Rob and Jane invited us to join them at their cabin. When we arrived we were blown away by their “cabin”. In the … Continued

Channel Islands Kayaking

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Sara and I were looking for a new adventure and found one on a trip to the channel islands off the coast of Ventura California. We signed up with a Kayaking adventure company and showed up for a ferry ride … Continued

Yosemite 2018

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Yosemite is one of our favorite places to camp and hike. Our journey started just past the tunnel at the first lookout into the valley. You can see half dome in the distance and our plan is to go there … Continued

Temecula Balloon Festival

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Sara and I have been wanting to go to the Temecula Balloon and wine festival for years and we made it happen. The festival is broken up into two days. Friday night is the Balloon light up and Saturday is … Continued

#6 San Jacinto Hike

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Today was our last hike in 6 highest peaks in Southern California – hiking to San Jacinto Peak. We opted to start the hike at the Palm Springs Aerial Tram because we have heard about it for a long time and it … Continued

#5 San Gregornio Hike

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San Gorgonio is the highest peak in Southern California at 11,503 feet. The hike starts with a short walk on a dirt/gravel road and then across a dry rocky riverbed.   The trail doesn’t waste anytime going up on some steep switchbacks. … Continued