We had a great time in Wrightwood, CA, playing in the snow. Since It was our girl’s first time experiencing snow, we wanted to find a less busy place for them to play. So we decided to drive up for a Wrightwood Snow Day.
Lytle Creek was a great activity for our family. With the pandemic in full swing, we’ve had to try more isolated activities. While It’s still possible to go out, safe options are getting even harder to find. Lytle Creek is nice because you don’t have to hike far to enjoy nice clear water coming down from the mountain.
Going on the Tanaka Farms U-Pick Wagon Rides with Santa worked out perfectly for us. Our oldest daughter is very much in love with the idea of being a farmer when she grows up so picking veggies and meeting Santa was a win-win.
The “it” place to be in Southern California this March has to got be the Walker Canyon poppy fields near Lake Elsinore. The last time our state had this much rain the canyon’s hills were alive with color. Fingers crossed super bloom 2019 will put our last one to shame.
The awe-inspiring atmosphere is the result of blending nature & special effect lighting. The blend delivers an experience, unlike anything we’ve seen before. The Enchanted: Forest of Light is an event that shouldn’t be missed.
For over 25 years The Mission Inn’s Festival of Lights has been wowing visitors of all ages. Located in Riverside California, The Mission Inn Hotel & Spa goes all out every holiday season.
Down an alley in the Art District of LA lays a pop-up ice cream museum that’s been selling out of tickets as fast as they put them up. The Museum of Ice Cream Pop-up has been wildly popular in its limited run.
The Grand Central Market in downtown LA is a great place to go if you’re hungry. Located on the first floor of the Homer Laughlin Building the Grand Central Market is a foodie’s paradise.
Ramen has a special place in my heart. Over the years we’ve eaten at almost all the ramen houses in the OC. We consider these two spots, the best ramen in Orange County.
Ramen has a special place in my heart. I love it. From instant to restaurant quality, it’s all good to me. We consider these three spots, the best ramen in LA