If you follow my posts, you will know that I'm big on holistic healing and giving our bodies the tools needed to regenerate and fight toxic buildup. I like to regularly float in epsom salts and partake in community acupuncture, for instance. A newer form of healing that I was recently tipped off to was cryotherapy.It sounds insane to willingly
The Heritage Ranch is home to the San Dieguito Heritage Museum which was founded in 1988. The museum's goal is to help preserve the history of Leucadia, Encinitas, Olivenhain, Cardiff, Solana Beach, Del Mar, and Rancho Santa Fe. You will get the opportunity to explore several historic homesteads, view ancient artifacts from the Natives who lived in this area and
Lake Morena is a beautiful reservoir in Campo that can be used for all sorts of recreational activities, including camping, fishing, boating and hiking!Sitting at an elevation of 3,000 feet, this is considered the most remote reservoir in San Diego County. This reservoir has ties to the infamous rainmaker, Charles Hatfield, who is responsible to the greatest flood our city
Wonderspaces is a pop-up art event that comes seasonally to our lucky city. This event has a large emphasis on immersive and interactive art with heavy touches of futurism and integrative technology. I highly recommend checking out one of their shows when they are in town. You can get a great idea what they are all about through their Instagram
The Hubbard mine was started in 1874 and was jointly operated with the Redman and Ready Relief mines. Together they were one of the largest mining operations in the Julian district. The Hubbard mine profited $200,000 during its years of operation.The workings include a crosscutting adit which is 300 feet long, plus a 275 ft. shaft connecting to the surface. Due
About the stone ruins:I was told that the homestead was built in the 1920s and that the owner was of Llewellyn Iron works. The owner had a horse ranch, raising Thoroughbred race horses. Later the property was sold to the Whitten family, who had Arabian horses and cattle. There was an owners' house on the property. My understanding was that
For those of you whom are art lovers and have not yet ventured out to Galleta Meadows, prepare yourself for a stunning experience unlike anything else in our city. This amazing site is home to nearly 200 metal sculptures depicting prehistoric creatures that once roamed the earth. Keep your eyes peeled because these gigantic installations are scattered across 3,000 acres.
1. BALBOA PARK Jungle Bells at the San Diego Zoo. Celebration of Lights and Carol of the Jungle Bells light experiences, Twinkle Light Trolley and live entertainment. Dec. 10-Jan. 2, 9 am-8 pm (til 5 pm Dec. 24). 619-231-1515. www.sandiegozoo.org 2. BANKERS HILL Luminaria: Trees, lamp posts, roofs and courtyards all decorated with lights. Along 30th St. and Fern St. from Juniper to Grape to Beech.