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The Addiction To California Surfing

Surfing is a surface water sport in where the individual is carried by a breaking wave while riding on a surfboard. There are various types of surfing, based on the different methods or surf craft used to ride the wave. The more commonly practised types would include regular stand-up surfing, kneeboarding and bodyboarding.
Many people are addicted to surfing in California today. The clean beaches, perfect waves and good weather were always an attraction to anyone who has ever surfed in his life. When you grow near a place like the Pacific Ocean, it becomes a part of you; it is like a religion almost.
Tell me just one person who lives here and never sneak out …

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Top Cruising Destinations in California

First up is the Oakland Estuary. Here you can get excellent views of the Oakland port facilities. You can also observe planes taking off and leaving the nearby Alameda Naval Air Station. There are a variety of water craft in these waters and you can find a variety of public marinas. You can also enjoy scenic views of San Francisco and the Bay Bridge at night.
For a different place to visit then consider Ballena Bay. Not many people visit this area. There isn’t much to this bay aside from the scene. There is only one restaurant with a small garden patio to enjoy. However, if you want a secluded area to visit then this is …

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American River Rafting California Mini Vacations

Whether for 1 or a group of 200, finding an excursion that is both enjoyable and affordable can be a daunting task. With airlines bankrupting and cutting back services, gas prices soaring, and the general cost of living increasing by the moment, planning for fun can be a chore. Californians have more options than most other US Citizens when it comes to getting away and doing something new, exciting, and affordable. Perhaps this is why thirty-six-and-a-half-million people call California home.
Within a day’s drive from any of the borders of California is the South Fork of the American River, a beautiful 21-mile stretch of class III whitewater. It is here that gold was discovered and the …

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