Recently, my 6-year-old son and I spent 4 days and 3 nights at the beautiful oasis where we participated in all of the great things offered at the camp. We attended the Daddy and Child camp where there were approx. 15 dads and 25 kids who, by the end of it all, became friends for life. It was so wonderful that I cannot say enough great things about Camp Westwind on the Oregon coast.
There is a curtain vision that comes to mind when one thinks of the palm trees, beaches and sunshine of Southern California.
Most of us know about the two famous divisions of California- Northern California and Southern California. But in actuality, NorCal and SoCal would not be as distinct without its lesser discussed siblings, the Central Coast and Central Valley of California.
California is one of the world’s greatest places. Its natural beauty and pleasant climate are second-to-none. No wonder 35 million people live in this amazing “playground.”
Everyone has a place in their heart that is not just a name on a list, but more of calling. For me, that place is Haight-Ashbury in San Francisco and it has called to me many times in my life for many different reasons.
Imagine yourself in a paradise, where every part of your soul feels fulfilled. You have a roof over your head, a community of friends that appreciates you and relies on you. You live in an agreeable climate that suits your health and your clothes and it is a place that is beautiful beyond compare. Would you like to live in such a place?
Take your heart sometime and plant it in the middle of the Oregon Coast for a lovely winter weekend. Wintertime on the Oregon Coast typical comes with wild, wet, ferocious weather. We experienced it recently firsthand in Depoe Bay.
Express your affection for the Beaver State with our super-cool Heart in Oregon t-shirts. The tees will be on sale through at least the Valentine’s Day. Prices start at as low as $5 and most of the t-shirts are available at no more than $15. Find the t-shirts on
I went to New York this New Year’s eve and I must say I love the city now. There are so many things I like about it, starting from its nickname, the Big Apple.
Not long ago, I visited Red Lodge, Montana and spent some time camping along a river in Glacier National Park. The chiseled mountains rose up from the tracts of conifers and scraped the sky.