Sedona, AZ: Elote Cafe

When you visit Sedona, one of the most popular places to eat is Elote. It’s located in the upper part of the town, and reservations are a must. You can make reservations on their website…

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Petrified Forest National Park, Arizona

Petrified Forest National Park is an American national park in Navajo and Apache counties in northeastern Arizona. It takes at least 45 minutes to drive the 28-mile road through the park, but visitors should allow…

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Grand Falls, AZ (aka Chocolate Falls)

Grand Falls, nicknamed Chocolate Falls is located about an hour away from Flagstaff, Arizona. The monsoon season brought down a lot of water this season, and I wanted to catch the Falls while it was…

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Sedona, AZ: Red Rock Crossing

After picking up Lucy the Jeep, we had a few hours before sunset. I found an area a few miles away called Red Rock Crossing. We made a stop along the way and according to…

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Sedona, Arizona

This year we were worried about our annual visit to Sedona. They had fires just weeks before our visit. Fortunately the fires were under control but it was still monsoon season. We still pending rain…

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Culver’s: burgers and frozen custard

We’ve been making a trip to Sedona an annual visit. While heading to Sedona, we decided to try Culver’s restaurant, as we don’t have one in California. Culver’s is known for the burgers, so I…

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Rejoice! Disneyland has reopened!

After being closed for over a year, Disneyland and Disney California Adventure reopened again on April 30, 2021. There’s a limited capacity, and currently only available to California residents. Tickets can be purchased online and…

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Las Vegas: the Underground @ the Mob Museum

The Mob Museum is located in the downtown part of Las Vegas. The museum is located where the old courthouse and post office was in the 1930’s. The courthouse also prosecuted gangsters! I discovered that…

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Las Vegas: Virgin Hotel

Las Vegas is booming and there’s a few new hotels and resorts. There’s going to be a new one opening in June called the World Resort. It’s close to Circus Circus and it’s located where…

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NHL Hockey is back!

Most of major sports have been playing without any fans. Arizona was the first to allow fans in a limited capacity. In April, the Anaheim Ducks allowed fans to attend the last 5 home games,…

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Anaheim, CA: Touch of Disney

It’s been over a year and Disneyland/ Disney California Adventure (DCA) has been closed due to the pandemic. Finally on March 18, 2021, a glimmer of hope surfaced. Disney was going to have guests enjoy…

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Homemade bagels… seriously good eats!

It’s been about a year since California has officially been placed on limited access due to Covid. During this time many friends have been posting DIY projects including making baked goods. Likewise, I’ve been binge…

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Labor Day weekend: Belching Beaver Pub 980

San Diego County reopened inside dining but with a limited seating capacity. We decided to kick off the Labor Day weekend and have lunch at the Belching Beaver Pub 980 in Vista, CA. Here’s the…

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The comparison: Super Sparrow vs Hydro Flask insulated bottles

So it’s been about 24 hours since I filled up my Hydro Flask and my Super Sparrow bottles. Here’s my experience and opinion. At 10:00 am I took a sip from both bottles. Both were…

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Insulated bottles: Super Sparrow vs Hydro Flask… how do they compare?

I was given the opportunity to try an insulated bottle from Super Sparrow. The offer was free, and I just had to blog about my experience. I told the representative that I currently use the…

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Flagstaff, AZ: Route 66

Route 66 is one of the original highways that was established in 1926. It originally ran from Chicago, IL through Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico, and Arizona before ending in Los Angeles, California. There’s…

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Winslow, AZ: Meteor Crater

Meteor Crater (or the technical name, Barringer Meteorite Crater) is a landmark located near Winslow, Arizona, which is about 35 miles east of Flagstaff. The crater was originally called the Canyon Diablo crater. It’s privately…

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