There’s something irresistible about a beach town. It’s that combination of ocean waves, soft sand and sun-kissed skin (despite liberal applications of sunscreen) that keeps you warm even when the evening cools. Add in some historic charm, a few great cafes and a really good bookstore — gotta have a beach read — and you’ve got summer vacation nirvana.
Purewow.com, the women’s lifestyle publisher, recently ranked the top 26 beach towns in America, a list that includes seven West Coast towns — eight, if you consider Hawaii the Westest Coast, which we do — as well as such iconic beachy burgs as Nantucket, Hilton Head and Key West.
California is especially well represented, with Monterey and Santa Barbara getting a shout out, along with some charming small towns. Just north of San Diego, Del Mar may be known for its race track, but it’s also beloved for its hiking trails and miles of pristine beaches. And Avila Beach, near Pismo, offers wineries, as well as soft white sand.
Well hello, I’m a blogger. This is not my day job. It’s just something that I really like to do when the occasion arises and on any evening after dinner or dinner time .I like to play with food and make recipes that are pretty easy to put together, but interesting. and new. I love trying out new recipes and cooking with my family and friends, who are very supportive of what I do. .My name is Jolie and I’m a mom of 3 kids.
My oldest just started college this year and what I love most about blogging is bringing some of the things that are in our home to other people who want to cook at home too. I love talking about what we cook, seeing how others prepare meals and sharing photos along the way. .Hi Jolie, welcome to my blog! I read your profile and see that you’re a mom of 3 kids. What is your youngest age? What do they enjoy doing? My youngest son is 3 years old, my oldest one just graduated from high school and will be starting college soon and the middle one is 12 years old.
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