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As of August 28, 2020, a total of 7,175 fires have burned 1,660,332 acres (671,913 ha), making this the second-largest wildfire season in California history, according to the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection. The 2020 California wildfire season

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Julian – Come for the Pies – Stay for the Adventures!

By Françoise Rhodes / Producer & Host of Traveling With Françoise Television & Radio Shows Hello to all of the day trippers and adventure seekers out there!  If you watched the video about my recent trip to Julian, California…there is

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Traveling With Françoise Road Trippin’ to Yosemite National Park

Traveling With Françoise Explores Yosemite National Park By Françoise Rhodes, Owner & Host of Traveling With Françoise Television and Radio As CoachellaValley.com keeps us in the know about so many things, we sometimes forget the wonderful world of National Parks

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Ojai California an Outdoor Retreat

By Françoise Rhodes, Host of Traveling With Françoise radio and television, CEO – President of Artifacts and Arts Across America, Inc. For many visitors the Coachella Valley is an outdoor wonderland featuring many preserves, oasis’s, hiking trails and desert glory.  However seldom

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Laguna Beach’s Pageant of the Masters Now Technically Masterful now in it’s 85th Year!

  Traveling With Françoise – Applauds ‘Under the Sun’ By Françoise Rhodes   After hearing about the Pageant of the Masters for years, I finally started going five years ago and have not missed a season.  Located on the grounds of the

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Climate Scientists See Evidence Drought Will End Next Winter

“The Blob” notwithstanding its silly name, this meteorological phenomenon could herald the impending end of California’s devestating drought, according to JPL’s Bill Patzert and other respected climate scientists. First noticed in the fall of 2013, “The Blob” is about 1,000

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