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Our Succulent Garden

We’ve been growing succulents for quite a while now, starting from a very small collection, and quickly evolving into one that’s taken up just about our entire back yard. Here are some photos of the plants (not all of them … Continue reading

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How Does Invisalign Work?

How Invisalign Works Invisalign works by using the same principles employed by traditional braces- it pushes your teeth into new positions, creating a beautiful smile by applying physical force to move each tooth in a specific direction. The difference between … Continue reading

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Does Invisalign Really Work?

What is Invisalign? Invisalign is the newest, simplest and most efficient way to straighten crooked teeth. The Invisalign system is light years ahead of traditional braces in terms of technology, and it provides the very same results that metal braces … Continue reading

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Vasquez Rocks County Park – Agua Dulce, CA

Vasquez Rocks Park is just a quick drive up the 14 from Los Angeles, and certainly worth the trip. I had never even heard of it until my buddy Chaz found it on Google Maps when looking for return directions … Continue reading

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Camping at Big Pine Creek Campground – Inyo, CA

Big Pine Creek Campground may be a long drive for those of us in Southern California, but it’s well worth the extra mileage. Stunning views, awesome camp-sites, a winding creek (more like a river to those of us from SoCal) … Continue reading

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Camping at Saddleback Butte State Park – Lancaster, CA

Saddleback Butte State Park is essentially like a mini version of Joshua Tree National Park, but with far less variety (in terms of rock formations), and far fewer foot traffic. Though we only stayed two nights, I got a great … Continue reading

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Camping at Boulder Basin Campground – San Jacinto, CA

It’s hard to believe some of the imagery in this post, but I promise that every bit of it is 100% accurate and true. My trip to Boulder Basin Campground turned out to be a lot more exciting than I … Continue reading

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My First SEO Conference

A few months back I traveled to San Diego for my first professional SEO Conference. It turned out to be an adventure that I’ll never forget. I was sent there to “figure out how to make us money” – according … Continue reading

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