Tooling around the island on a moped was the perfect way to visit lavender fields, lighthouses, and nesting sites of bald eagles.
I love islands. Perhaps it’s because I grew up on one, Long Island, where I spent the first 18 years of my life never further than 20 miles from the beach. My favorite part of Long Island, ironically, is an island off the coast of itself, Fire Island, which is […]
After breaking my arm on my first attempt, I head back to conquer the Colorado — but Mother Nature has other plans in store.
The California State Park website claims Topanga is “considered the world’s largest wildland within the boundaries of a major city.” Once you’re inside the park, that boast is easy to believe.
I’ve yet to make an Oscar speech, but I had my own version of glory today when my shark-diving article made it to the AOL Welcome Screen.
Many Californians will swear that the green flash is real. But is it just a trick of the imagination, or an actual natural phenomenon?