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Summer Is Heating Up

Summer Is Heating Up

Summer Is Heating Up

Spring is over and summer is definitely here to heat up the party in California. The early cool mornings are slowly turning to scorching hot heat. Less and less people will be out walking about because of the high temperatures. Nobody wants to sweat or burn up under the Sun. Everyone will be sporting their sun kissed skin and smothering on the sunscreen.

The weather last year in 2017 was a bit extreme. 2017 brought hurricanes, and some of the hottest temperatures across the world. California had a sizzling summer with extreme triple digit temperatures. Even at night, there was barely any relief. It’s not surprising that last summer was hottest on record for the state. This year will more than likely follow suite. The Weather Network is expecting the summer of 2018 to be very hot, especially in the months of June, July, and August.

The climate in California is generally perfect, at least that’s what we like to believe.

California is classified as a Mediterranean-like climate according to Visit California. The Climate is typically dry with warm summers and mild winters. The problem with trying to classify all of California is the state is so big. The Northern California climate is completely different than the one in Southern California.

The heat is not something to be taken lightly. It can be dangerous to our furry companions and ourselves. When California heats up, we need to be prepared. In Northern California, temperatures can rise anywhere between 72 – 98 degrees Fahrenheit. In Southern California, temperatures can be anywhere between 71-107 degrees Fahrenheit. Those are just a range of average temperatures, which means they could be higher in some instances.

In order to survive the heat, we need to learn to avoid it as much as possible.

California may heat up in the summer months but there is plenty to do to keep cool. To avoid heat stroke or heat exhaustion, drinking plenty of water. Staying hydrated is half the battle. Be aware of your sun exposure, and lessen it to help keep yourself feeling fresh. While you’re trying to stay cool this summer, don’t forget about your furry friends. If you can’t handle the heat, they definitely can’t as well.

 

If You Have Plans Of Going Fishing, Be Aware Of The Laws

If You Have Plans Of Going Fishing, Be Aware Of The Laws

If You Have Plans Of Going Fishing, Be Aware Of The Laws

If you’re an outdoorsy kind of person you’re, probably itching to go outside right now. You’ve been waiting for the weather to be perfect and with summer being finally here, it’s all happening. You’re ready to grab your camping equipment, fishing gear, and food for a picnic or two. This is the opportunity to breathe in fresh air and take in the scenic views. Fishing is one of the leisure activities that you think you can just go out and do.

As simple as fishing may sound, it is a bit more complicated. You have to know what kind of fish you’re fishing for, which determines what hook, bait, and weights to use. Trying to understand just the basics of fishing is a lot to handle, yet the sport itself seems so peaceful. Aside from understanding the basics of fishing, it’s important to also know the rules and laws about fishing in California.

Knowing where you are fishing is very important in California.

The state is divided up into districts with each district having its own sets of fishing laws. For example the North Coast District consists of the waters of Trinity, Humboldt, and Del Norte counties. In the North Coast district, there is a limit of five trout per day per person.

Within each district there is one general rule: If you are 16 or older, you must have a fishing license. Anyone who is younger doesn’t need a license to fish. In order to obtain a fishing license you must bring a valid form of identification, such as your birth certificate or driver’s license, to most sporting goods stores. Fishing licenses are very flexible and can be purchased for the day or the year. Once acquired, the license needs to be with you at all times when you are fishing.

Failing to have a fishing license can earn a person a small fine.

Fishing can be a peaceful sport. It may seem overwhelming at first and you may feel out of your league, but don’t stress. It is a peaceful activity once you get the hang of it. Fishing at some of the most beautiful places in California, and enjoying the views as well, will help just about anyone relax. Your life may be crazy, but once you castaway you’ll be humming a different tune.

 

Wine About It

Wine About It

Wine About It

Life is stressful and a wise meme once said that a glass of wine a day keeps the doctor away. Of course if you’re drinking wine, you should definitely be 21 or older and you should not be operating any kind of vehicle. Wine is a blessing at the end of the day. It’s almost like a warm cup of milk, except its fruitiness sings you to sleep. It’s also a super familiar beverage here in California because of the Wine Country that we have.

Wine Country in California goes hand in hand like champagne and France do. You can expect amazing wine tours in California like in Malibu, or go wine tasting in Napa Valley. Sipping fine wine is easy to do in California because of all the places that create their own wines. Creating a fine wine is a process and takes time. The best wineries usually grow their grapes locally and let’s face it, as Californians, we love keeping things local.

Wine tours in California can be a great escape. They usually take you through the process of growing the grape to creating wine itself. They also allow you to taste wine while exploring the vineyard. Some of the more popular wine tasting tours around are:

  • Napa and Sonoma Wine Country Tour
  • Napa Valley Hot-Air-Balloon Ride with Wine
  • Napa Valley Wine Train
  • Muir Woods Wine Town and Ferry
  • San Francisco Super Saver
  • Malibu Wine Safari

Wine is some people’s best friend, in a non-alcoholic way. After a long week at work or a stressful family event, sipping on a glass of wine is what some folks look forward to. Wine is one of those beverages that you have to sip. You can’t just down it. It is a slow drink, one that helps you relax. You can whine to your wine glass about your struggles.

Friends and family can gather around a good bottle of wine. It can be paired up with cheese, chocolate, and other meals. It goes hand and hand with most fancy dinners. The right bottle of wine can help loosen up a tough crowd. Don’t under estimate the power of a good bottle. With that being said, drinking too much wine will get you drunk just like drinking too much beer. It doesn’t matter how classy the drink is, when it has an alcohol content, you can get drunk from drinking too much.

If you find yourself drunk off the grapes, don’t drive home. Call a cab or give your keys to a sober friend. Drinking wine and driving is against the law, which can land you with a DUI or in car accident. DUIs can be a nasty ticket or land you in the drunk tank. If you manage to get into a car accident, your choice to drive could cost someone else their life.

California bring its residents many benefits, and one of them is some of the best wine in the nation. From touring the wine country, to sipping with friends around the table, wine can be enjoyed in many ways. The only time you should enjoy wine while in motion is when you’re on a tour and are not the one driving. Making a good choice in a bottle of wine is one thing. However, making the choice to protect your life and those lives around you is the most important decision you can make when it comes to wine.

The Perfect Present For Father’s Day

The Perfect Present For Father’s Day

The Perfect Present For Father’s Day

Father’s Day is June 17th this year and it is coming up fast. The Mother’s Day cards are being put away and every time you pass the card section in the grocery store you see Father’s Day cards lining the shelves. With Mother’s Day, grocery stores put out flowers, chocolates, pretty pink vases and “I love Mom” t-shirts. Mother’s Day is like Valentine’s Day shopping, except it’s just for the moms in your life. For Father’s Day, we don’t have the one-stop shop like we do with Mother’s Day.

For Father’s Day, a few stores might have deals on tools, but not all dads are tool guys. Maybe a few watches will be on sale, but if you have a father that is very picky about his apparel, you’re kind of at a loss. This leads to the big question of what to even get your dad for Father’s Day.

Get something personalized for your father this holiday. You may be at a lost at first as to what to get your dad, but try thinking of his favorite things and you might come up with something. Think about your favorite memories with your father and you will remember a fun time you had at the lake with him when you were little. Since you remember that lake memory, you may want to grab your dad and take him to the lake for a picnic. Don’t limit the gift to being just a physical object.

Remember, when it comes to gift giving, it’s the thought that counts.

Dads usually have everything they want or need, so getting the perfect gift could seem impossible. If you can’t think of what he may want, maybe it’s time to think about what his favorite meal is. Your father could simply be longing to have a good family meal with quality conversation. Try preparing his favorite meal for the whole family to enjoy this Father’s Day. This will create opportunity to bond with your dad and family as well.

Tools, cards, personalized gifts, and food, are just some gift ideas for Father’s Day. The most important thing to remember when trying to figure out a gift for your dad is to keep it personal. You can never go wrong with a gift that has a lot of thought and effort in it. Father’s Day is meant to be about appreciating everything that dads do for us in the world.

Your gift just needs to show that you care.

 

Nightly Routine To Keep Your Stuff Safe

Nightly Routine To Keep Your Stuff Safe

Nightly Routine To Keep Your Stuff Safe

Nobody ever wants to have to deal with their stuff being stolen or broken. After all, everyone really likes their stuff, and wants to protect it as best as they can. However, some people don’t actually do a whole lot to keep their stuff safe from thieves and crooks. Most people feel safe at home, which is a very good thing. Unfortunately, this can lead to people being careless with their valuables.

Many people will often fall into a false sense of security at home. They feel so secure at home, they begin to think that nothing bad will ever happen. This is not the case. Homes and vehicles are broken into all of the time. These kinds of things happen even more frequently at night, once everyone is asleep.

One particular practice of thieves is referred to as “car-hopping.” This practice is where a thief walks down a street, checking every car to see if it is unlocked. If they do find an unlocked vehicle, then they quickly search it for anything valuable. Once they are done, they close the door and move onto the next vehicle.

Here are precautions that you can take to keep your important and valuable items safe from criminals.

  • Lock you vehicle doors every night.
  • Lock all of your house doors every night.
  • Remove valuable items from your car.
  • Turn on exterior lights.

Doing all of this is a part of a practice dubbed the #9PMRoutine. The idea is to make sure that everything of yours is locked up and secure by 9 p.m. to ensure its safety. By doing this, you can deter criminals from taking your stuff, and keep it safe.

California’s Opinion Of Tinted Car Windows

California’s Opinion Of Tinted Car Windows

California’s Opinion Of Tinted Car Windows

Having tinted windows on your car while driving might reduce some of the glare you experience, tinted windows look cool, and they can help keep the interior of your car cooler. However, if you’re driving in California, you should know that the tinted windows you love so much are illegal. If you’re spotted by a patrol cop, they can use your tinted windows as an excuse to pull you over.

The official reason lawmakers have given for no longer allowing vehicles to have tinted windows is because they feel the tinting is a safety hazard because it obstructs viewing.

While there’s likely some truth to that, it’s equally likely that clear windows encourage people to obey traffic laws and not do foolish things like talking on their cell phones, organizing clothing, or drinking alcohol while driving.

Restrictions on window tinting in California have been around for a long while and are statewide, but many people get confused because certain police departments are prone to enforcing the no tinting laws, while others simply ignore tinted windows.

California Vehicle Code section 26708 deals with the topic of vehicular window tinting and makes it pretty clear darkened windows aren’t a good idea.

If you’re thinking about jazzing up your windows, be aware that cops are allowed to both pull you over and issue a ticket if you have any type of material displayed on your rear window, side windows, or windshield. In addition to tinting, that includes window decals and stickers. The larger the tinted/covered space, the greater the chances of you getting pulled over become.

While you can’t tint all of your car windows so dark that no one can see into the interior of your car, the state of California allows to use some tints provided they aren’t amber or red in color, there’s no opaqueness in the covering, the tinting or stickers used don’t reflect sunlight and headlights, which creates glare that can temporarily blind oncoming drivers. The material used to cover the windows much provide a minimum visible light transmittance that measures no less than 88%.

If a police officer pulls you over because of tinted windows and you don’t have a bench warrant, they’ll give you a fix-it ticket, however, if you do something to irritate the officer they’re well within their rights to issue a vehicle code infraction which can have a fine of up to $190.

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