Where We Are in 30 Seconds! – (Big Sur, CA)

The northern coast of California was vast and unpopulated compared to the Bay area. However, south of San Francisco, Santa Cruz, and Monterey lies a similar but shorter stretch of sparsely populated California-Hwy 1, complete with craggy cliffs, high surf, and rolling hills. This is BIG SUR.  It’s an easier drive compared to the unrelenting hairpin curves of … Continue reading

Blue Lake? Majestic Lake? Crater Lake!

Crater Lake is a ‘caldera’, or volcanic crater, located in southern Oregon. It is the remnants of Mount Mt. Mazama, a 12,000 ft mountain in the Cascade range that collapsed after a massive eruption more than 7,000 years ago. Since then the volcanic crater has filled in with water, creating a clear blue lake more than 2,000 feet deep … Continue reading

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