Monday, April 21, 2014

Learn All About Surfing at Santa Barbara Maritime Museum

Unlike many parts of the country, there is an acknowledged fact that the people of Santa Barbara and other beach communities consider their lives as a part of the sea. Life is carefree, laid-back. Life is about surfing and making a, maybe even a spiritual, connection with beach life and the sea. In fact, you don’t have to like surfing in order to understand the culture. Many of our California charter bus rentalcustomers would make trips out to the beach to watch people surf.
So, when you are here in California and happen to be around in Santa Barbara, here are a couple of things you ought to check out. It’s time to check out for yourself what life is like in The American Riviera.
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Tuesday, February 18, 2014

The Salton Sea

Located on the San Andreas Fault, the Salton Sea is not exactly a sea but in actual fact a shallow, saline, endorheic rift lake that occupies the lowest parts of the Salton Sink in Southern California. The Salton Sea is situated below sea level and its water is fed by New, Whitewater and Alamo rivers, on top of the agricultural runoff, drainage systems and creeks nearby.
Although the Salton Sea area is now primarily agricultural, charter bus visitors still visit this interesting place for boatingfishing, and some unique sights only found at the Salton Sea area.
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