The Golden State


“I live out there, so don’t go there.” – Notorious B.I.G.

Central California

Road Trippin’ through the Valleys and along the Coast

This is hard.  I mean if you’ve driven through California on I-5, you know it doesn’t smell pretty, but it’s fast and you can see California’s farmlands. If you take US-101, it is longer but you get to ride along the coastline and possibly detour to Santa Ynez Valley Wine Country and seaside towns like Santa Barbara, Monterey, and Santa Cruz. I say take your time and let the ocean breeze smack you a little bit.


Northern California (NorCal)

San Francisco Bay Area: Hella Dope

That’s all I have to say about that.

Los Angeles: A Beautiful Disaster

Well let me start off by saying I was born and raised here for the first 7 years of my life. I have fond memories of food, and family.  In SoCal, when you say Los Angeles, that can mean anywhere in Los Angeles county. At least that’s my experience. You’ll need a car, which is a catch-22.  Traffic and parking sucks.

San Diego: California’s First State Capital

Aside from beautiful people and beaches, San Diego has a lot of great food. You’ll never go hungry at any hour.  Roam around the neighborhoods and you will not be disappointed.

Temecula Valley: SoCal’s Wine Country

Eat and be merry. Before you drink some wine, take a cruise and enjoy the landscapes. An open road and time is the best stress reliever.  I mean, aside from red wine.