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Surrounded by a canyon of sharp cliffs and large boulders, I gaze over at the worn, sunbaked wooden buildings, more like shacks now, that make up Keys Ranch. I have just walked back into time a century ago to when Bill Keys homesteaded a life in a seemingly forsaken desert. The ranch is now part […]Read More »
I’m always pleased when I discover bits of The Inland Empire’s rich and colorful history that not only have survived but are flourishing. That’s exactly what I found when I visited the Joseph Filippi Winery and Vineyards in Rancho Cucamonga. Located along Base Line Road a few blocks west of Etiwanda Avenue, I first notice […]Read More »
You must see it, a friend told me, a geological wonder in the shape of a heart, carved into rock by nature over who knows how many eons ago, and right there in the San Bernardino National Forest. “Really? You’re not putting me on? I’ve got to see this.” On a bright, cool spring-time morning, […]Read More »
The Mojave Desert is full of secrets and surprises. This remote desert in San Bernardino County is situated between Los Angeles and Las Vegas and is accessible to the south from I-40 or to the north from I-15. The Mojave is the driest desert in North America and boasts the lowest absolute elevation and the […]Read More »