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CALIFORNIA'S GOLD

I am so proud of my home state. But, there are more places to visit besides LA and SF. Don't get me wrong, I love those places too. Here are some pictures to inspire your next vacation to our little slice of paradise.


CALIFORNIA'S GOLD

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Meadowood Resort, Napa Valley. Gorgeous venue for a destination wedding in wine country. Dreaming of a glass of cabernet right now. Who else is with me? #destination weddings Photo: Courtesy of Meadowood

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French Laundry, Yountville, CA | Photo credit: Stephanie Shih

French Laundry, Yountville, CA. Divine.

Vintage Inn, Yountville, CA

Bouchon Bakery - Yountville, CA

Yountville, CA

Hotel Yountville, CA

Bodega Bay California, my favorite place in the world!

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    mine, too. :)

Bodega Bay School House. Bodega Bay, California. You know we will be making a stop at The Tides Restaurant too.

Bodega Bay, California

Photos by: Mathew Scott Project Name: Stinson Beach Residence Architects: Studio Peek Ancona Location: Stinson Beach, California Read more: www.dwell.com/...

San Andreas Fault Lines, Stinson Beach, California

An hour north of the Golden Gate Bridge, off the legendary Pacific Coast, State Route 1, awaits Nick’s Cove and Cottages. Here, on the secluded, silvery shores of Tomales Bay adjacent to Point Reyes National Seashore, you will find a California destination so naturally beautiful and removed from the noise of modern life, you’ll begin to unwind and relax immediately.

Best for solitude (even on weekends): Point Reyes National Seashore, California

Root-like channels in the sand seen at Point Reyes, California

Tree Tunnel, Point Reyes National Seashore, California.

Point Reyes National Seashore, California

Point Reyes National Seashore, Point Reyes Station, California

Point Reyes, California

Point Reyes, California

Point Reyes, California

The big surf washes back and forth at Marshall Beach, San Francisco, California. I was precariously perched on top of a boulder, not daring to get too close to the thundering surf. Due to the high tide, there was no chance of getting onto the beach either. This was a great evening spent with my good friend Alan Chan when I visited San Fran in May. What an amazing place to photograph. Thanks for looking :-)

The Marshall Store - Oyster Bar & Deli - The Marshall Store is located on Highway One, Marshall, California. Marshall is aproximately 15 minutes north of Point Reyes Station.