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  • 360degrees | Pismo Beach

     Today, I take you to Pismo Beach in San Luis Obispo County. Pismo lies on California’s Central Coast and is known for its long beach and its 1200ft long pier. Pismo Beach on a very grey day:  You might also like: Murals from Pismo Beach If you have Pismo...
  • The road to Mount Rainier

    It was late-May and we were in the SeaTac area. With Winter behind us and a good part of Spring too, it seemed like a fairly good time to squeeze in a drive to Mt. Rainier. So we drove South for a bit and left I-5S to drive into...
  • From the Window Seat | Honolulu

    I’m Hawaii dreaming and keeping my fingers crossed. 😉 So today, I’m sharing some pictures from my window seat aboard a Hawaiian airlines flight to the Hawaiian capital, Honolulu on Oahu Island. It was my first visit to the Aloha State, a few years ago. And we were flying...
  • Our World | Mt. Hood

    You don’t have to go all the way to ‘Mt. Hood’ to see Mt. Hood. It is tall, imposing and unmissable. With its clear cut form and its elevation, this mountain is visible from most of Portland, Oregon and it’s surroundings. Standing at 11, 249 ft, Mt. Hood is...
  • Yosemite | A scratch on the surface

    Have you visited someplace and felt like kicking yourself for not getting there much earlier? I feel that way quite often and the last time that happened was when I was when I was standing at a view point that showed me Yosemite’s very celebrated Tunnel View. (To my...
  • Vistas from California’s ‘Devil Mountain’

    Several Springs ago, we had driven to the top of Mt. Hamilton and seen Santa Clara Valley from a height of 4,200 odd feet. Then last Fall, in what was like a follow-up trip, we drove up the same range, this time to the top of Hamilton’s little brother...
  • Our World: Mt. Shasta

    Mt. Shasta is one of the taller volcanoes of the Cascade Range. This active volcano lies in Siskiyou County in Northern California is visible from Interstate 5 if you are on the way to Oregon (or if you are driving down from there). If you are on your way...
  • Astoria: Charming, picturesque and historical

    Our trip to Astoria, Oregon started at Vancouver, Washington.  Now, anybody who is familiar with the Portland-Vancouver Area will tell you that you just have to cross the river and you will find yourself in the neighbouring state. True, but this time we had to take Interstate 5 and...
  • Caught: Morning magnificence

    As I was browsing through my albums, I found pictures of a Ridgefield sunrise amidst dramatic clouds making for a fiery sky. I couldn’t resist putting up the pictures of that glorious winter morning in Southwest Washington. Ridgefield is a city few miles north of Vancouver, WA and is...
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