Gold and granite have been enticing visitors to central California since the mid-1800’s. All around Tuolumne County there are nods to the region’s roots, from Gold Rush era experiences to fantastic museums that educate visitors on the state’s history. Meanwhile, granite continues to beckon travelers from around the world to the same area. Tourists still […]Read More
“Hi, do you have the ‘Sandy the Squirrel’ card?” I asked, standing in the Yosemite National Park Visitor’s Center. See, I was on a mission. Essentially a scavenger hunt leading through Yosemite National Park and beyond. By collecting two or more trading cards, I could win a serious vacation package to return to some of […]Read More
Deciding on experiences in some of California’s most sought after country was a real challenge! Amber and I set parameters though, and stuck with them. We needed a mix of scenery, adventure, adrenaline, and relaxation for our California road trip–and we found it, all of it! From sunup to sundown, we explored California’s High Sierra, […]Read More
Scenic drives offer great opportunities to see the national parks from the comfort of your car. They’re a fantastic alternative for those with limited mobility or kids. Others may just need a break from all that walking! Be aware that many roads close during the winter months, and to always check for potential closures before […]Read More
Have you always wanted to go fishing in national parks? Going fishing in Yellowstone surrounded by wildlife, or fishing in Yosemite, with Half Dome as your back drop sound like the ideal way to experience the parks.Read More
It is hard to imagine the United States without its iconic road trip scenery. The automobile explosion of the 1950s led to Americans and foreigners having access to whole new parts of the country. The road trip in the United States represents something that can’t be found elsewhereRead More
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