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Crystal Cave at Sequoia National Park

We had such a great time exploring the outdoors this summer and one of those adventures took us to Crystal Cave in Sequoia National Park. We took the drive to Sequoia National Park and the next morning, bright and early, we headed to our Family Tour of the cave. The hike down to the entrance of  the cave is the only precaution one should be aware of. It’s way more

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Driving To Sequoia National Park And Conquering Travel Fears

I can’t tell you how many hair-brained ideas that my husband has followed me into. I won’t even call them big dreams, they’re more like lofty goals. In life-changing decisions like moving to Vegas and then moving back home to California, Daddy D is the ultimate road warrior. But if we’re talking about big dreams and conquering fears, driving winding, cliff-hugging roads high into the mountains is definitely one of

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Chasing The Sun: Santa Barbara Sunset Off Stearns Wharf Pier

Ask the kids what Mama loves most (after Daddy and them, of course), and they’ll tell you that I love sunsets. This fanatical love has grown gradually over the years, maturing out of my adoration of the beach and a grand appreciation of our world’s vastness. But the sunset is so peaceful. It comes without our will – whether we want it to or not – and is as diverse

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Summer At Big Bear Lake: 5 Free Things To Do

We had such a great time on our weekend summer getaway to Big Bear Lake. The town is a sleepy, forest area about 2 hour away from Los Angeles. The drive up is a twisty one, but once you’re there, you won’t regret it. Especially during the summer! There are lots of things to do in Big Bear that are super affordable – even free! Here are 5 of them…

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Big Bear Sunset Cruise: Stunning Views & Informative History

When I was a kid, my dad had a boat. I would climb to the tippy top of the bow, letting the wind pull my hair, savoring the joys of flying on the water. Those moments are seriously some of my best childhood memories. So, while Daddy D and I don’t own any water toys of our own, we do make it a point to get on the water one

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Olvera Street: Mexican Cultura in Downtown LA

When we moved back to Southern California, my husband and I ached for experiences that would undeniably enrich our lives; to raise our multiracial children close to family and among our cultures, giving them a strong connection to their heritage. What better way than exploring the origins of Downtown Los Angeles and Olvera Street? With its Latino roots and urban center, Olvera Street is one of the oldest streets in

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