Baarc (Bay Area Rhodesian Ridgeback Club) hosted dog races at Kirigin Cellars in Gilroy, CA. Kirigin has a lot of local events that they host and they’re located on Central California’s Wine Trail. The property is gorgeous. They have soccer fields surrounded by vineyards. Rhodesian Ridgebacks are considered the Navy Seals of dogs. They are lion hunters and can keep up with a running horse for 30 miles.
Henry Cowell Redwoods State Park is located around 15 miles outside of Santa Cruz in the Santa Cruz Mountains. It’s a beautiful forest area and has a lot to offer nature enthusiasts. Hiking, fishing, camping (including RV hookups), birdwatching, horse and dog-friendly trails. Of course the main attraction are the massive Redwoods.
If you’re in an RV and want the best views of The Golden Gate Bridge without going into the city this is the drive for you. Start at The Sutro baths. They are a historical part of San Francisco. They were built in 1896 and was the largest swimming pool in the world. Below is a pic of it in the 1800’s. The parking lot is also RV accessible.
The Traveling Pomeranian and I went surfing at Cowell Beach in Santa Cruz. Cowell Beach is known for long easy waves however on this day just a mile up the coast there were 13 footers breaking. There were too many rogue big waves coming into Cowell Beach to paddle out with Bailey but we were able to hit some waves closer to shore.
If you are an RVer cruising on the PCH near Santa Cruz this is a must walk/bike/jog. If you’re not an RVer and are looking for the most scenic walk/bike/jog near Santa Cruz, this is also for you.
Very honored to be chosen by Trailblazer Magazine for the feature “I Knew I was a Trailblazer When”. Trailblazer Article
RVing has offered us so many events and experiences that have enriched our lives. I have an official bucket list. Many people have an unofficial bucket list; one where you have places or events you want to enjoy but haven’t formalized a list. Whether it’s a formal list or not, we all have places we would love to visit. RVing puts people in such close areas to bucket list locations I felt… Read More
The Mavericks is one of the most famous surf spots in the world. Due to a unique ocean bottom and just the right conditions; it creates over 80 ft waves! There have been a few movies about The Mavericks but the coolest thing about this area is the annual big wave surfing event. It’s invite only and the biggest names in Big Wave Surfing fly in to compete.