Potato Chip Rock

Potato Chip Rock - Proving how out of shape I really am. Potato Chip Rock, a natural tourist attraction I became aware of within the last year. I'm not sure when or how I first heard about it, but since then it's been on my radar. This thin rock that…

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Bird Streets of Los Angeles

Bird Streets on a Sunday Afternoon We've started venturing out a bit more on the weekends. While, staying safe with COVID-19 restrictions, we have been exploring a bit more of the Southern California area. This particular day we decided to head to the Bird Streets. The Bird Streets? The Bird…

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Coronado, California: An Afternoon Adventure

An Afternoon in Coronado Since the pandemic began, we haven't ventured out much. We are perfectly happy, healthy, and safe at home and doing our part to flatten the curve. However, this particular day, we decided to venture out. The last time we were in Coronado, was May 2014, shortly…

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Zumba with us in Lake Elsinore!

Tuesday: Zumba. Thursday: Zumba. Repeat. Twice a week I take an hour long zumba class. This has not changed with the current Stay at Home Order during the COVID-19 Pandemic, I just don't leave the house, and class is wherever my computer is! Check out the info at the end…

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Lake Elsinore Storm Host Family- Year 2

Lake Elsinore Storm Host Family - Second Year To recap from our original post, Becoming a Host Family for the Lake Elsinore Storm, we love baseball, live in a town where there is a minor league team. The Storm features a host family program where local families open their homes…

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Lake Elsinore Santa Dash

Lake Elsinore Santa Dash 5K Event It's the weekend before Christmas, what else is there to do? Because of course all your shopping is done. This free event is just what you need to get into the Holiday spirit, the Lake Elsinore Santa Dash! A Holiday Themed 5K! The City…

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California to Colorado: Road Trip

California to Colorado - Views from the Road Matt's employer is located in Kansas. Each year they bring the remote users in for a "Geek Week" of sorts. This means each year he has to travel from California to Kansas, work in office a few days, then back home. In…

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