Blog — On the Road

A Mexican Weekend

Interstate 5 comes to an anticlimactic end at the southwest corner of San Diego. For most of my life, with the exception of an occasional frat bro bender on Revolucion, The San Ysidro border...

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Kit Carson, California

The Sierras have plenty of space to explore, stretching 400 miles from north-to-south and roughly 70 miles wide. It's home to some of California's finest outdoor destinations, including Mount Whitney, Tahoe, and Yosemite. We landed...

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Mexico 2015

"The moment you cross the little wire gate and you're in Mexico, you feel like you just sneaked out of school when you told the teacher you were sick and she told you you...

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Orange & Park Bus

They just don't make 'em like they used to. 

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Viva Baja

Could not be more excited to hit the road and head south this Saturday. Itching to get going, killing time watching these fine videos (stolen from Iron & Resin, Erin Feinblatt, and Jean Loup)......

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Dudes in the Desert: A Trip to Anza-Borrego Springs

Starting from the Pacific in Coronado, you're bound to see every micro-climate San Diego has to offer on the road to Anza-Borrego Springs. You head east on the 8, up and over the high...

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Snow on Pinos Mountain

Yosemite? Perhaps. San Diego? No way. Corte Madera Mountain doing its best Half Dome impersonation.  It doesn't snow often in San Diego. When it does many head north from the 8 into Julian and Mt. Laguna....

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The Southern Edge of California

We were straddling the US/Mexico border roughly an hour east of San Diego in the Mars-like backroads of Jacumba Hot Springs, CA. This was the first time any of us had been out here....

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