Beach scenes of San Diego surfers, skaters, swimmers, sea gulls and sunsets.
Hidden in Redwood National Park is a former World War II radar station disguised as a farm.
At the Ocean Beach Pier Cafe, you can eat a meal hundreds of feet out into the Pacific Ocean.
Zzyzx Road is a real place in the desert of California near the Mojave National Preserve.
The kissing sailor statue in San Diego has become a popular attraction along the harbor.
Horton Plaza in San Diego is the weirdest-looking shopping mall I’ve ever encountered.
San Diego rang in the Chinese New Year with a celebration of song, dance and other cultural traditions.
The seals on the beach in La Jolla, California have become a cute tourist attraction.
At Madame Tussauds Wax Museum in Hollywood, you can hang with Marilyn Monroe, Jack Nicholson, Lady Gaga and dozens more.
My favorite Los Angeles neighborhoods include Silver Lake, West Hollywood and Koreatown.
In Tijuana, you can stand alongside the fence that separates the United States from Mexico at the Pacific Ocean.
In Los Angeles, I visited the grave of Marilyn Monroe – and numerous other celebrities.
At the Griffith Observatory, I found out that I weighed only 55 pounds – on Mercury, that is.
My recent visit to Los Angeles, as heard through the speakers of popular music.
Death Valley is quite a different environment than most camping areas, but the national park has plenty of places to set up your tent if you’re interested in that sort of thing.
At 282 feet below sea level, the Badwater Basin in Death Valley is the lowest point in North America. Temperatures regularly exceed 110 degrees here in the summer.