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Travel the World


This is Albie, connecting with you either from my home in Pasadena or on my sailboat sailing out to Catalina Island.  

One of my dreams has always been to travel to many different places, take lots of pictures and to write and share it with all of my readers (you). You all are really the best and I’m always hearing nice emails back from you and getting more and more members joining our team every week! 

Maybe you have a dream to travel the world someday too. One of the things I learned many years ago, was that if you had a dream, to see yourself as succeeding and fulfilling your dream each day and to work to bring it about. Honestly, if you can’t vision yourself achieving it, you will never be able to stick with it and make it happen. I know I had a lot of doubts at first but eventually I realized that just by succeeding in daily assignments, that this builds your belief in your vision to achieve it. Honesty I’ve had a lot of success online now and every inch of it has boosted my belief. But this wasn’t always the case.

In fact for over five years, I lived with a lot of failure in this endeavor. Maybe you can relate? 

But this can’t be the end of the story. I found that daily perseverance invited success over time! And God gave us hearts to envision great things and desire to achieve and sharing his love to the world while we travel through it is an awesome goal and the best thing is…we can achieve it! Not just me. Us!
Honestly, you have the ability to achieve it without me but in case you have doubts – I’m inviting you to come with me. 🙂 

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Honestly we would love to have you on our team and all you have to do to find out more about it is to simply email me back with the subject title: “share with me more” and we will send you more information. 

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A Trip to Big Sur!


Julia Pfiffer State Park


Today my wife and I woke up hearing the sounds of the waves right next to the beach at Moonstone Beach in Cambria!

The night before we had parked right next to the beach and slept in our “Jucy rental van”. Even our kids had a bed at the top of the van. It popped up to make a bed!

We skipped flat rocks across the waves at the beach a while and then headed north toward Big Sur.

We stopped again to dish up some bacon and eggs for breakfast in our portable camper kitchen. Then we drove along the beautiful San Simeon mountains.

On our right were stubby trees and lazy cows dotted here and there along the soft grassy hills. To our left were amazing vistas of the blue ocean. 

Gorgeous Coastline!

Stopping again we went to Ragged Point and then Julia Pfiffer State Park which had a cascading  waterfall that fell over a cliff to a sandy beach below! It was amazing. I even spotted a cave nearby the waterfall that’s led through to the ocean on the other side.

Beautiful ponderosa pines stood atop of a huge rock that jutted out into the ocean which helped form the rounded bay. The water was blue and green, against the whitish sand. All in all it was so beautiful, it looked like the definition of ‘paradise cove’.

Continuing down Big Sur we were amazed by all the vistas. We stopped again and my son showed me how to take a panoramic picture on my iPhone.

Amazing cliffs fell into the sea, large rocks stood  out of the water and the ocean spread out before you for endless blue miles. We went across two really cool bridges and a castle like wall that you drive through as you go around the mountain. I’ve never seen anything like it. Eventually Big Sur turned into Carmel by the Sea and then Monterey…”

Tips on visiting:

Using a Jucy Rental Van:

It was fun traveling using a Jucy Rentals minivan and we saved money not having to use hotels or restraunts. It was, however, sometimes hard to find a place to park and rest.

I’m sure there are campgrounds along the way and staying at these probably would have been a better idea. It is fun to make your own lunches and dinners wherever you want to stop. If you enjoy exploring and doing something different – you’ll get a kick out of using the Jucy Rentals van.

Staying at the hotels and eating at more of the restruants is also fun! They are quite lovely and we have eaten and stayed at many of them on different trips.

Julia Pfiffer State Park:

It really is an unbelievable sight. But there is a drawback. The actual beach is off-limits and you can only go so close. There are, however, plenty of beaches on the way up (perhaps not as perfect as the Julia Phiffer one) but still very nice!

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297 miles & 5 hour drive from Los Angeles using Google Maps

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