Hearts Home Farm

Address: 32643 Highway 74, Hemet, California, United States | Ranch
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This ranch, located on 32643 Highway 74, Hemet, is near Diamond Valley Lake.
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      Sunny California

      A travel blog entry by idahotraveler on Mar 26, 2013

      1 comment, 16 photos

      We arrived in Oceanside California, Camp Pendleton Marine Corp Base on March 13. We had a good drive from Mesa stopped one overnight and then on to our destination. We have had a great time here. As it turns out we are camped right where I was born! The hospital is just a stones throw away from our campsite! Yes I am a California Girl...born here on Camp Pendleton. It has been pretty amazing ...

      Los Angeles stopover

      A travel blog entry by emmaandalicia on Mar 23, 2013

      1 comment, 4 photos

      After our 14 hour plane trip, 1 hour bus trip, and 2 hour train trip, Emma´s friend Kim picked us up at the train station in Southern California to take us to her place. Emma spent a few hours catching up with her old UCSB roommate, while Alicia napped!

      We then all went to get lunch and shopped for a bit at Laguna Beach. Later, we went to Rooftop Bar, which is at the top of a hotel right on the ...

      Journeys and Journals: An Introduction

      A travel blog entry by ppcase on Sep 24, 2011

      4 comments, 1 photo

      ... Vietnam or Japan. Other times travel involved classic train trips across Europe, India or the United States. There are steamships, culinary discoveries, and characters galore, all described in vivid detail through her wide eyes.

      In 2002, my sister, MaryAnn captured excerpts from Mom's journals and published them in a marvelous book called "...Some Curious Information, Journals of ...

      Pre-planning: It's all a part of getting stoked

      A travel blog entry by track_the_hans on May 15, 2010


      ... our furniture on craigslist, cleaned out our closet, gave some stuff to Salvation Army, and put the rest of our belongings in storage.
      3. Purchased our outbound air tickets (one way, Cfares, $450 each to Hong Kong)
      4. Got our Chinese visas (double entry, 6 months, $130 each)
      5. Bought our Japan Rail passes (1 week unlimited transport, $303 each)
      6. Purchased travel insurance ...

      The Budget & The Button

      A travel blog entry by track_the_hans on May 09, 2010

      In doing research for our travels, I ran across one website that really caught my attention. This couple from San Francisco quit their secure jobs (in their 30s mind you), traveled for 3 years on a budget of $18,000 per year, and returned home about 6 months pregnant. They thought that their funds would last them one year. It lasted them three.

      Now Eddie and I are pretty ghetto but I'm ...