Sunday, May 16, 2010
Tuesday, May 11, 2010
Photo: Salt Creek
Posted by Lana at 8:35 PM
Sunday, May 9, 2010
Cambria, CA is a unique mix of forest and sea. Settled on the California central coast, in between San Simeon and Morro Bay. It is large compared to the other surrounding towns, for instance, Harmony, CA; population 18. The main street includes art galleries and family-owned restaurants. Lunch was at the Creekside Gardens Cafe, I vouched for breakfast, their apple pancakes are tasty. The galleries hold glass sculptures, stone work, and other art forms. Cambria is also home to Lynn’s farms and their famous Ollalieberry Pie (best pie I’ve ever had in my life). Lynn’s has three stores in town with everything from Ollalieberry Jam to Salsa. Visitors can also go directly to the farm. The houses rest on the pine covered hills. It is not unusual to see deer or other wildlife near the town. A resident once had raccoons entering his house through the cat door. Cambria certainly holds a whimsical sense of humor.
Now to visit the ocean side of Cambria; Moonstone Beach.
For more information visit: www.cambriachamber.org
Saturday, May 8, 2010
Posted by Lana at 3:30 PM
Sunday, May 2, 2010
Hearst Castle is a beautiful reflection of Mediterranean architecture. Located in San Simeon, CA, the castle sits on top of “The Enchanted Hill” overlooking the central coast. Hearst Castle is known as “America’s Castle”, and it was built by William Randolph Hearst from the early 1920s to the late 1940s. The castle includes elaborately decorated rooms and serene pools. The castle used to entertain many famous guests like Charlie Chaplain, Calvin Coolidge, and Winston Churchill. Now a California State Park, most of Hearst Castle is open to the public via guided tours. It’s definitely worth visiting.
For more information visit: www.hearst-castle.org
Sunday, April 25, 2010
Check out TNC's PSA with Jason Mraz
Every wondered what your carbon footprint is? TNC offers a carbon footprint calculator that estimates the tons of carbon emissions you cause each year. I cause 16 tons of carbon emissions, which is still less than the average American. Find out what your count is:
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Photo: The Nature Conservancy
Posted by Lana at 4:09 PM