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Here are the Editor's Picks articles for the California Site! These are the top ten articles that your California Editor feels are most important for you to read. Enjoy!
1. Paddling Newport Beach
Paddle sports abound in the Newport Beach area, and there is much waterway to be explored.
2. Lighthouses of Los Angeles County
Take a drive to the coast and visit the historical lighthouses of Los Angeles County!
3. Scarlett Begonia Restaurant Review
Scarlett Begonia in downtown Santa Barbara offers tasty, trendy breakfasts, lunches, and dinners. It's worth the drive from the 101 freeway and the time taken for a leisurely meal.
4. Climate Change and Joshua Trees
Oceans aren't the only parts of the Earth to suffer from climate change - the Joshua tree faces extinction as well.
5. Coronado Island
Looking for a resort experience without long distance flights? Consider Coronado Island, off the coast of San Diego.
6. Bodie State Historic Park
Although the gold is gone, the ghost town of Bodie rewards visitors richly with stories, visuals, and history.
7. Californians in Aerospace
While other states have played important roles in the development of aerospace, much of the intellectual basis of the industry has arisen from the minds of Californians. Here are five important names to recall.
8. Mt. Wilson
Mt. Wilson is both an historic and a scientific treasure. For the last hundred years, it has been an important site for astronomical research. Today, it is also open to the public.
9. Redwoods National Park and Environs
A trip to the North Coast of California is everything a tourist has never associated with the state. This area is one of California's best-kept secrets.
10. Winter Wine Tasting in Sonoma County
Wine tasting is about so much more than the wine - visiting winery tasting rooms is an experience in itself. And what better way during the winter than to find tasting rooms with fireplaces?
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