Category: Travel

Modesto Road trip – Day One: Delano Heritage Park and Tulare Historical Museum

I learned about the Almond Blossom Cruise in Modesto from an email I received from Visit California.  After doing a little research, I decided to take a mini-road trip to Modesto during the last weekend in February.  Ripon was holding their Almond Blossom Festival that same weekend so we would also have their activities to

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Cemetery Lane – Los Angeles

October 31, 2021 We went to Cemetery Lane on Halloween night since we don’t get trick-or-treaters in our neighborhood.  We went with my framily, again, so spend the night with them at the historic Heritage Square Museum.  Parking was difficult and we had to park in the Montecito Recreation Center parking lot and walk a

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Haunt-O-Ween – Los Angeles

October 24, 2021 We went to the Haunt-O-Ween experience to see what it was like with some framily (friends that are like family.)  We dressed in costume with items we (mostly) already had, but my framily members didn’t have time to get costumes put together.  We went the Sunday before Halloween so it was really

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International Printing Museum

July 3, 2021 The International Printing Museum located in Carson, California is open on Saturdays, and they often hold special events throughout the year.  They are open Tuesdays to Fridays by appointment only, and they also have Badge events for Boys and Girls Scout Troops. We attended the International Printing Museum for the first time

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Taste of Universal

April 11, 2021 We went to Universal Studios Hollywood for their Taste of Universal event on April 11, 2021.  The State of California had just announced a lifting of restrictions for theme parks, but we attended before this went into effect.  We attended with my “adopted” family, and it was the first time I had

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Downtown San Jose, California

August 2021 We came to San Jose, California to attend our first convention in over a year.  I do love attending conventions at the San Jose Convention Center as it’s so close to some great restaurants, hotels, and entertainment venues.  I hope to have time someday to visit the museums in the area, too.  It

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