Category: Adventures

Best Orange County Beaches

Did you know there are 42 miles of quintessential shoreline in Orange County?

Orange County Beaches

From coves to private beaches and everything in between.

Here’s your guide to the best beaches in Orange County:

Seal Beach

A relaxed community and a quiet beach for those who don’t like crowds.

Seal Beach

Seal Beach is the northern most beach town in Orange County.  This is a popular beach for surfers and families alike.  Walking the pier right before pre-dusk is a must for that perfect sunset view.  Eisenhower Park is a lovely park with an ocean view that is located in a central area where there are restrooms and a small playground for young children.

Huntington Beach

These beaches have surfing all year long and are the host to surfing and volleyball competitions.

Sunset Beach

Sunset beach also know as Sunset County Beach.  It is located in-between Surfside beach (a private beach) to the north and Bolsa Chics State Beach to the south. If you are looking to relax, read a book, or just sunbathe this is by far the quietest beach in Huntington.  On breezy days this is also the perfect spot to watch kiteboarder’s ride the waves.

Bolsa Chica State Beach

This 3 mile long beach has ample parking and an RV campground (50 campsites).  It is the perfect beach to be active. Bolsa China activities include surfing, volleyball, biking, and surf fishing(as long as you have a permit).  This beach is also known as a Ecological Reserve.  Wildlife and bird watching make this beach one of the top bird destinations in California.

Huntington Dog Beach

Doggy heaven by most dog owners consider this beach.  This 1.5 mile beach is the only beach in Huntington where dogs are permitted.  There is a picnic area, restrooms, and doggy waste bags for your convenience.  Huntington Dog Beach is located between Seapoint St. and 21st. St.

Huntington City Beach

Orange County Beaches

This beach is in the center of all the beaches that stretch along the Huntington Beach coast.  Trademarked as “Surf City USA” you can always find surfers early in the morning riding the waves at this iconic beach.  You can also find Huntington Beach pier in the center of the 3.5 mile beach.  Volleyball courts are set up close to the pier and there is a paved walking and bike trail that runs along the back of the beach.  Several restaurants are available and a few on the pier itself.

Huntington State Beach

Huntington State Beach hours are from 6am to 10pm daily.  This 2 mile long beach provides picnic tables, 200 fire rings (arrive early they go fast), lifeguards, restrooms, outdoor showers, and beach volleyball courts.  Three snack shacks are open daily during peak season and on the weekends during the off season.  This is a popular beach for swimmers, body surfers, and boogie boarders.

Newport Beach

There are eight miles of beach front along the beautiful coast of Newport Beach.  These beaches are my top picks for this city:

China Cove Beach

China Cove is the site of and got it’s name from an old China House that was torn down in the ’80’s.  The small beach is surrounded by homes and the William G. Kerckoff Marine Laboratory.  The beach has volleyball posts but you must provide the net and abide by their restricted hours.

Corona Del Mar State Beach

This half mile long beach is also known as Big Corona Beach, it is perfect for families and a popular beach for swimmers, surfers, divers, and volleyball players.  Gilligan’s Island, the popular TV series in the mid 60’s was filmed on this beach and also current TV productions for Disney.  This beach is the site of the first major surf competition in Mainland America; The Pacific Coast Riding Championship in 1928.

Crystal Cove State Park/ Beach

Orange County Beaches

There are 4 beach areas which include:

Reef Point – This beach is located at the bottom of the bluff.  You can walk down the trail or you can bike ride to the beach.  This pristine beach has access to 2 coves and a great place to whale watch. Reef point is a wonderful place for tide pooling.

Moro Beach – This beach opens at 6am and closes at sunset. Once you park your car you will walk under Pacific Coast Highway to get to the beach.  You can use your California State Parks annual pass for parking.  Great beach for walking.

Pelican Point – There are 4 bluff top parking lots all with access to the beach.  There is an archway on the way down to the beach that protects walkers from the stray ball that come from Pelican Hill Golf Course.  This beach has a ton of rocks which make it a great spot for tide pools and exploring.  Watch out for the possible rattlesnakes in the heat of the summer while walking to the beach.

Historic District – Crystal Cove is popular because of it’s beach front rental cottages (which are available at www.reservecalifornia.com), the Beachcomber Cafe, and the Shake Shack that sits on the bluff.  I love the walk from the parking lot to the beach that meanders through sycamores and brings you through a mural painted tunnel.  This beach also has an educational area called the Education Commons where they have sea glass jewelry making classes, beachside chats and guided tide pool walks.

Laguna Beach

There are 37 beaches located across the coastline in the artist community of Laguna Beach.  Here are my favorites:

Aliso Beach

Aliso Beach is very popular because of it’s large parking area, fire rings, and family friendly Aliso Beach Park. This beach attracts families as well as body surfers & skim borders.

Bluebird Beach

Bluebird is a narrow strip of beach located in front of the Surf & Sand Hotel.

Brooks Street Beach

Brooks Street Beach has a cozy sitting area at the top of the steps that provides a wonderful viewing area of the surfers.  This beach is not recommended for swimming as there is a rocky bottom under the waves.

Christmas Cove Beach

This beach is located below the bluffs of the Montage Resort.  There is a paved pathway which will take you down to a ramp that leads you to the beach.  This is a good beach to look at the tide pools.

Cleo Street Beach

This bolder filled beach plays a disappearing act at high tide.  Many use this beach for access for scuba diving.

Main Beach

Orange County Beaches

Main beach is the centrally located beach in Laguna.  This wide beach is perfect for sunbathing and people watching on the boardwalk. There are also basketball courts located at this beach and a play area for children.  It is a short walk to downtown shops.

Shaw’s Cove

Orange County Beaches

This small sandy beach is located down a staircase tucked away below homes.  The public entrance is located at the intersection of Cliff Drive and Fairview.  There are tide pools exposed during low tides.  It is the perfect quiet beach to get away from all the crowds.

Thousand Steps Beach

There is a large cave that you can explore at this beach. You can walk through this cave (tunnel) to a small rocky cove on the other end.  There is a 2nd cave (only accessible at low tide) at the opposite end of the beach that leads you to the large Totuava Beach.  Thousand Steps Beach also has restrooms, volleyball courts, and tide pools.

*Thousand Steps Beach only has 223 steps, although it might feel like a thousand steps when you are walking back up the stairs.

Woods Cove Beach

Movie Star Bette Davis lived in a tutor style home in the cliffs above this beach which is now registered as a historic structure.  The southern most part of this beach is known as Lover’s Cove.  During low tide there are huge rocks that poke out of the water just off shore.  This beach is great for scuba divers, but not for swimmers as the rip tides and the rocky condition under the water make it unsafe.

Dana Point

Capo Beach

Capo Beach (aka Capistrano Beach) beach offers may activities such as; beach volleyball, basketball, cycling, as well as other beach activities. Surfing is also very popular at this beach.

Dana Point Harbor Beach

Orange County Beaches

This beach is also known as Baby Beach.  There is a roped off area for the kids to swim and a grassy park with picnic benches.  Next to the beach is a small fishing pier and a replica of the historic ship by the name of The Pilgrim.  Baby Beach is also a popular place to start your kayaking adventure (as rental shops are close by),

Doheny State Beach – North

This State Park has a visitors center with exhibits, an aquarium, a store, and indoor tide pools.  There is also a grassy area with shaded picnic tables and sand volleyball.  It is a great family beach.  The entrance to this beach is located at the intersection of Park Lantern and Dana Point Harbor Drive.

Doheny State Beach – South

If you are looking to go camping on the beach then you have found your place! The southern most area of this beach has a large campground. There are picnic tables and fire rings, along with lifeguards.

San Clemente

Calafia Beach

This beach is one of the more popular beaches in San Clemente.  There is a beach parking lot, but on sunny days it fills up quickly.  There is a cafe right on the beach which makes it convenient if you don’t want to lug a cooler with you to the beach.

North Beach

North Beach is the widest beach in San Clemente and extends all the way to the San Clemente Pier.  This is a great family beach, there are fire rings, picnic tables, swings for the kids, and beach volley ball courts.  There is a Amtrak stop at this beach and the parking lot is shared by the Amtrak commuters.

Riviera Beach

Riviera Beach might be a little tough to find, but once you are there you’ll understand why this beach made the list.  This is a great beach to enjoy during high tide when there is enough sand to still have a place to sunbathe. There are no facilities at this beach.  Find access to this beach by mapping 2300 Plaza A La Playa.

San Clemente Pier City Beach

Best Orange County Beaches

It is the main beach of San Clemente with sand on both sides of the pier.  There is a large parking area and street parking available.  Don’t miss walking out to the end of the pier which is 1296 feet long. You will find fishermen on the pier dropping lines to catch the big one and surfers below looking for that perfect wave.  This is a great place to people watch.

San Clemente State Beach

This State Beach has a large campground where there is tent and RV camping areas.  San Clemente State Beach is a narrow beach in front of the railroad tracks.  There are hiking trails above the beach in the high bluffs.

T Street Beach

T Street Beach is located at the end of Esplanade Street which crossed in to Paseo De Cristobal.  There is an walking overpass which keeps pedestrians safe away from the railroad tracks.  This palm tree lined beach has a beautiful view of the San Clemente Pier.  Swimming and surfing are great at this beach, but check the rules for when it is allowed.

 

Let me know in the comments which Orange County beach is your favorite and why.

Until Next Time…

XOXO

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An Anniversary To Remember

 

An Anniversary To Remember

Who could have known that a year ago when Handsome and I were eagerly planning our anniversary trip for this year the hurricanes would destroy our destination?  My heart and prayers go out to the all families now living with the devastation that all the hurricanes brought. We were hoping to go to Puerto Rico, as disappointed as we were that all our planning would not come to fruition, we know things happen and plans change. It’s best just to go with the flow! (more…)

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10 Fun Things To Do During Fall

Long Weekend Essentials

Long Weekend Essentials

It’s hard to believe it’s Labor Day weekend!  Heading out-of-town for one last summer hurrah?  Labor Day weekend is a time for travel, fun in the sun, and the always needed relaxation!  It also calls for knowing what essentials to bring along so you can be ready for any fun you might come upon.  Whether you’re heading to the beach, going camping, or doing a stay-cation and just hanging out in the backyard, you will have everything you need to make this Labor Day one to remember. (more…)

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Presidential Library – Ronald Reagan

Have you ever visited a Presidential library?

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Recently, I visited the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum in Simi Valley, CA.

Here is a small sample of my visit…

President Ronald Reagan

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This beautiful Bronze statue of Ronald Reagan was unveiled on what would have been his 105th birthday at the Ronald Reagan Library.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Oval Office

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This is an exact replica of the Oval Office.  The door in the middle of the picture leads to the Presidents private quarters.  The pictures on the table behind the desk, the Bronze sculptures on the table to the left of the desk, and the Bronze sculpture on the far right of the pictures were all in the Oval Office while President Reagan was in office.

Many Presidents have used the Resolute desk either in their person study or in the Oval Office.  The Resolute desk was made of oak wood from the British ship H.M.S. Resolute.  Queen Victoria gifted it to President Rutherford B. Hayes in 1880 as a good will gesture for returning her abandon ship back to her.

Originally, the desk had a rear knee hole.  President Roosevelt asked for it to be fitted with a panel carved with the Presidential coat of arms.  Sadly, he did not live to see it installed.

 The First Lady

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Presidential China

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 Air Force One

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May they rest in peace.

Coming soon as a special exhibit to the Ronald Reagan Library:

READ MY PINS: THE MADELINE ALBRIGHT COLLECTION
April 3, 2017 – June 25, 2017

Read My Pins presents a remarkable range of more than 200 pins and brooches from the personal collection of Madeleine Albright. The majority of these pieces were collected and worn during Albright’s service as US Ambassador to the United Nations (1993–1997) and as the first female Secretary of State (1997–2001), under President Bill Clinton. The assortment is eclectic, international, and representative of nearly a century of jewelry design. Yet the jewelry’s true interest lies not in their materials or monetary value but in the roles they played during her government service: Albright used her pins as silent yet visually outspoken codes to foreign officials and the press. Pins could be adopted for various reasons—a shining sun or a patriotic flag would reinforce a positive alliance with the United States, for example, while more difficult negotiations might bring out wasps or snakes.

Albright served the US government during a remarkable period in history, and many of the notable landmarks of her tenure can be decoded through the visual iconography of her pins. These pieces document and symbolize moments of political upheaval and also convey the patriotism of this Czechoslovakian-born diplomat. Whereas George H. W. Bush famously said “Read my lips” to convey a campaign promise, Albright encouraged, “Read my pins,” demonstrating that jewelry had become part of her personal diplomatic arsenal. These objects became delicate instruments with which she applied pressure during intense negotiations, and into which she invested humor as she represented the United States on the international stage.

The 13 Presidential Libraries around the country:

Herbert Hoover Library, West Branch, IA

Franklin D. Roosevelt Library, Hyde Park, NY

Harry S. Truman Library, Independence, MO

Dwight D. Eisenhower Library, Abilene, KS

John F. Kennedy Library, Boston, MA

Lyndon Baines Johnson Library, Austin, TX

Richard Nixon Library, Yorba Linda, CA

Gerald R. Ford Museum, Grand Rapids, MI

Jimmy Carter Library, Atlanta, GA

Ronald Reagan Library, Simi Valley, CA

George Bush Library, College Station, TX

William J. Clinton Library, Little Rock, AR

George W. Bush Library, Dallas, TX

**This is not a sponsored post.

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Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum

40 Presidential Drive, Simi Valley, CA 93065

Check website for hours.

 

Until Next Time…

XOXO

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Christmas Time At Disneyland!

It’s The most wonderful time of the year.

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Disneyland anytime of the year is a magical place, but this time of year just has a little extra special feeling because of the beautiful Christmas transformation the park takes.  It’s definitely the merriest place on earth {besides the North Pole}!

Christmas Time At Disneyland

 

 

A Christmas Fantasy Parade –  This is an adorable parade really brings you into the Christmas spirit.  You need to check out the cute skating reindeer! And, of course the Disney princesses {my favorite}.

 

 

Christmas Time At Disneyland

It’s A Small World –  This ride is spectular at Chrismas inside and out {especially at night}

Christmas Time At Disneyland

Christmas Time At Disneyland

 

Hungry?  I bet you didn’t know you could get a lobster roll at Disneyland.  It’s located in this little blue fishing shack “Harbor Galley” near the exit of the Haunted Mansion.  This fluffy butter-toasted roll is filled with lobster salad. It the perfect thing to satisfy your hunger at lunch time. Thank goodness a friend told me about these or I would have never found them!Christmas Time At Disneyland

 

 

 

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If you havent tried one of this decadent treats you must!  It’s a Chocolate Peanut Butter Sandwich.  It is so very rich!  It’s a graham cracker coated in chocolate, a thick peanut butter layer over that, and then the whole thing dipped in chocolate once again, topped with peanut bits, salt, and a dark chocolate mickey!  It’s a cookie more than  sandwich.  Think Reese’s…DELICIOUS!

This year I have been lucky enough to visit Disneyland 3 times so far this holiday season and along the way I have learned some tips and tricks that I thought I should share with you.

Take your time walking through the park.  There are so may details you would miss if you were rushing around. Like the smell of gingerbread being piped in.  Pay attention to the amazing Christmas decor.  And, listen for the wonderful holiday music.

Grab a coffee and people watch.

Don’t miss the lighting of the Christmas tree, every day at 5:00pm.

It snows every evening on Main Street after the fireworks show.  It is truly magical {like everything else at Disneyland}

Even though it is busier during the Christmas season, Disneyland compensates with longer hours.

Don’t miss the Disney Chrismas Parade on TV Christmas morning.

Disneyland is open on Christmas Day {and it will be busy}!

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One of my favorite things to do on my way out of Disneyland is stop by New Orleans Street and go get a bag of delicious warm beignet all covered in powdered sugar for the walk back to the car!

 

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Even in the pouring down rain this place is magical!

 

 

**Christmas season at Disneyland runs until January 8, 2017.

**Always check the Entertainment Schedule prior your visit for specifics.

 

*This was not a sponsored post.

 

Until Next Time…

XOXO

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Driving Up The Coast From San Diego

Driving Up The Coast From San Diego

There are two ways for Handsome and I to get home from Temecula, CA.  We could take the faster somewhat boring freeway route.  Or, we can take the freeway in to San Diego and drive up the coast to Orange Country.  Handsome and I will always choose to take the scenic Highway 1 coast route home.  For two reasons. One, it’s beautiful and we’re lucky enough to live by the Pacific ocean.  Two, there are always cute little shops that we stop at along the way.

Our first stop: Torrey Pines Gliderport

It’s amazing to watch the Paragliders and Hang Gliders run off the side of the cliff to soar among the birds.  Sadly, the weather wasn’t cooperating and there was no one sailing in the beautiful blue sky.  Did you know that since the late 1920s sailplanes have been gracing the bluffs just north of La Jolla {right behind the campus of University of California, San Diego}?  If you are ever in the area stop by.  Or if you have the guts, take a class and take flight!

Torrey Pines Gliderport

2800 Torrey Pines Scenic Drive, La Jolla, CA 92037   {858} 452-9858

Our second stop: Mt. Soledad National Veterans Memorial.

Driving Up The Coast From San Diego

Driving Up The Coast From San Diego

“The mission of the Mt. Soledad Memorial Association is to create and maintain a monument that pays homage to veterans who have honorably served our country and to educate the public on the contributions of military personnel throughout our nation’s history. Shimmering black granite stories tell a tale of honor and sacrifice for the greater good upon Mt. Soledad.”

The memorial is quite moving and a beautiful tribute to those brave men and women who have served our coutry.  I am honored to say my father served in the Army and I can’t wait to see his Veteran Plaque up on this memorial.  The views are breathtaking from the memorial.

Mt. Soledad National Veterans Memorial

6905 La Jolla Scenic Drive South, La Jolla, CA 92037 {858} 459-2314

Our third stop: Timeless Furnishings & and Patio.

We were traveling through Solana Beach when all of a sudden I saw the most adorable shop on the opposite side of Driving Up The Coast From San Diegothe street.  We made a U-turn and in we went to look around.  They have a wide range of furniture {home, office and patio} , lighting fixtures, and accessories.

Driving Up The Coast From San DiegoHandsome fell in love with a beautiful Teak Patio table that seats 6 and extends up to 10.  We left, but Handsome couldn’t get that Teak table off his mind.

We are now the proud owners of this beautiful Teak table {it is currently in storage awaiting it’s debut in our soon to be renovated back yard}.

Go take a look, you won’t be dissapointed.  Tell Heather, Mary from Its All About The Pretty sent you!

Timeless Furnishings & Patio

301 N. Hwy 101, Solana Beach, CA 92705   {858} 509-2620

Driving up the coast is always interesting.  You just never know what you will find and what you’re going to come home with!

Until next Time…

XOXO

*This is NOT a sponsored post.  We purchased the Teak patio table.
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Surprise weekend at Ponte Vineyard Inn

I knew Handsome had planned something special for our anniversary weekend. He told me we were staying local, so I would know how to pack. This year has been extremely hard for both of us. More difficult than either of us thought 2016 would be. This anniversary weekend was going to be our time to forget our pain {or at least try} for a little while, and just be present with each other.

It didn’t take too long to realize we were headed to Southern California’s wine counrty, Temecula. It’s a beautiful place with over 300 acres of mature vineyards and rolling hills. We have been there countless times before {like this time}, but this was different. As we drove closer and closer to our destination I could see the excitment on Handsome’s face.

We arrived! Ponte Vineyard Inn, a quaint 60 room boutique hotel. Ohhh, someplace new! I love going to and trying out new places. As we pulled into the driveway and drove over the gravel parking lot lined with olive trees, immediately I felt transported from my life to a place far, far away with my one true love.

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Just looking at the regal wood arched front door makes you know you are going to have a beautiful time.

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Upon entry we were greeted by a casual relaxed setting, almost like entering someones home.

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Handsome checked us in and I went outside to look at the grounds.  The view is breathtaking!  We arrived just after a wedding was preformed.  The flowers were stunning!

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Handsome met me outside with a glass of sparkling wine.  We just sat for a moment and enjoyed the view sipping our sparkling wine and taking in the views.

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I couldn’t wait to see our room. As soon as we walked in we were greated by a bottle of their Tempranillo wine.  It was so very kind of the Ponte Inn to have a gift of wine waiting for us.  I knew what we would be drinking with our Anniversary dinner.

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The bed! So comfy!

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The view from our balcony.  I took this photo just as the sun was going down.  We sat out on our balcony for hours, just talking {my second favorite thing to do with Handsome}.

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We did a bit of wine tasting and suprisingly Ponte Vineyard was the only winery we visited on that weekend.  Their wines are so delicious and their grounds are so spectular there was no reason to go anywhere else!

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I found a ton of items I brought back as Christmas gifts!

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Thank you Ponte Vineyard Inn.

We had a fantastic time and I know one day we will be back!

Surprise Weekend at Ponte Vineyard Inn

Ponte Vineyard Inn

A Four Diamond Boutique Hotel

35001 Rancho California Road, Temecula, CA, 92591

{951} 587-6688

www.pontevineyardinn.com

**This is NOT a sponsored post.  Handsome & I stayed here, paid the bill and had a wonderful time. I thought you would like to know about a great place to stay while you are visiting Temecula, CA.

Until Next Time…

XOXO

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Summer 2016 ~ Adventure List

Summer 2016

“it’s a smile, it’s a kiss, it’s a sip of wine … it’s summertime!”
― Kenny Chesney

Summertime is the time to be carefree and spontneous (something with the help of Handsome, I have gotten much better at).  So this years Summer 2016 ~ Adventure List is going to be full of things that are in and out of my comfort zone along with some “to do” items I’ve been wanting to try.

  1. Throw a dart on a local map and go to where ever it lands for the weekend.
  2. Go fishing.
  3. Make a different flavor of homemade ice cream, every week.
  4. Go Geochaching   Who’s in to go with Handsome and me?
  5. Play flashlight tag.
  6. Play chess at the ocean.
  7. Watch the sunrise at the beach and the sunset in the mountains on the same day.
  8. Take the 48 Hour Film Project.
  9. Watch movies in my backyard on a big screen.
  10. Make Sun Tea.
  11. Go olive oil tasting.
  12. Visit a different Farmers Market every week.
  13. Spend a whole Sunday in my pajamas watching old movies.
  14. Attend at least 3 outdoor concerts.
  15. Take a Instagram picture everyday.
  16. Send a message in a bottle.
  17. Host a Olympic watching party.
  18. Start a podcast.
  19. Make my dad’s famous lemonade. (recipe coming on Its All About The Yummy, very soon)
  20. Walk barefoot in the grass.
  21. Ride a bike on the boardwalk.
  22. Go on an eating tour of Los Angeles.
  23. Make fresh jam.
  24. Take evening walks with Handsome.
  25. Enjoy every moment!

 

What’s On Your Summer 2016 Adventure List?

See my Adventure Lists from the past for a little more inspiration.

Summer 2015 ~ Adventure List

Summer 2014 ~ Adventure List

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Summer 2015 ~ Adventure List

Summer 2015 Adventure List

With the official beginning of summer only a few weeks away I thought I should get a jump start and make an adventure list deciding on what adventures I would like to accomplish this summer of 2015!  Every year I make a adventure list (see last years here).

Since time just seems to go by so quickly during the wonderful days of summer and with how rough of a winter most of the country endured, I think we should all get out of the house and enjoy the wonderful summer weather of the great outdoors!

Here is my summer adventure list…

1. Go berry picking

2. Stargaze while sipping on whiskey

3. Go on a picnic at the park

4. Attend a outdoor concert

5. Take Handsome on a surprise weekend away

6. Roast marshmallows at the beach

7. Have a paper airplane contest

8. Play adult hide and go seek

9. Find a 4-leaf clover

10. Bake an apple pie

11. Go to brunch with friends

12. Eat dinner outside as often as possible

What do you have on your 2015 summer adventure list? 

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