Category Archives: Deserts

Hello World (Take Two)

Waking up from a long winter’s nap, this blog has been energized and is now thriving. History Safari Expresso started three years ago this month as a way to capture some of our highlights and best photos of our experiences … Continue reading

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Spring flowers – 2017

After record breaking winter rains, a deep snow pack, and a horrible political winter, our California flowers surged forth reminding us that life triumphs death and that there is still hope and time to nourish each other and our planet.  … Continue reading

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Refreshing desert flowers

Just the right conditions of rain and sunshine are needed for flowers to flourish in the desert.  We experienced a spectacular display of wildflowers in Anza-Borrego Desert State Park’s Henderson Canyon while camping with our Airstream Safari trailer in March … Continue reading

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Desert gleanings

We are fortunate to live in San Diego and to have beautiful camping parks along the ocean bluffs, mountains and in the desert, all within a two hour drive.  Our nearby desert typically has mild weather during the winter and … Continue reading

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Beginning of our Airstream Safari dream

We were recently retired from our professional jobs in the health field and were enjoying volunteering as docents, meeting and greeting people from all over the world as they visited Cabrillo National Monument and the Old Point Loma Lighthouse in … Continue reading

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