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Sustainable Spirits

The simplest definition for the word sustainable is something that can be maintained. Beyond that, how deeply a business or individual values the term and how it translates to their daily operations, is largely self-defined.     This flexibility in definition often leads to a negative

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The Great That Awaits

How the sharing economy has prompted us all to say “book it!” Got the camping bug, but no camper? No problem. There’s a wide array of options to get things rolling, whether you’re an experienced trailer tower or you don’t know your hitch from your

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Sacramento Gives Us a Reason to Pack Our Bags

Spend a day touring the city’s public art program with a few fun stops along the way. Wide Open Walls mural festival is an annual interactive event throughout Sacramento created to attract both visitors and residents to California’s state capital. Here are a few highlights

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Rise to the Occasion

Milestone trip ideas for a lifetime of celebrations. A milestone birthday is cause for next-level celebration. It calls for a destination blowout with loved ones (or not) for R&R, adventure, culture, pampering, culinary indulgences — whatever luxury means to you. Ready to pack those bags?

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Camping Without Boundaries

Illustrations By : Alisha Landreth FamCamp inspires and educates a new generation of campers with introduction to California State Parks. Surrounded by redwoods and sequoias southeast of Sacramento in Calaveras Big Trees State Park, a refreshing morning jog comes without the worries of running alone

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In the Desert, An Oasis

The town of New Cuyama sits on Highway 166 between Santa Maria and Bakersfield, nestled in Santa Barbara County’s high desert in the Cuyama Valley, and neighboring small farms, ranches, wineries and national landmarks, including the Carrizo Plain National Monument, Los Padres National Forest, and

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Coastal Impact

It’s not unusual for the beach I walk nearly every day to be rather empty. This little piece of paradise that extends from Cambria up to Pico Creek Beach in San Simeon offers plenty of peace and quiet. But during those first few weeks of

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Train Tripping

As society runs on “immediate satisfaction,” why hasn’t train travel become the preferred way to travel?

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