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California, Travel Advice

Our Californian road trip


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I guess it haven’t been the easiest thing to follow how we traveled through California, that’s because we traveled back an forth… A lot. The original plan was to go from San Francisco to San Diego but because of different reasons (you know it hardly ever goes as planned, at least not for us) we

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California, Surf, Things we like

Bing’s Mini Simmon’s


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Went back to Encinitas, San Diego after our Highway 1 road trip to pick up a brand new board and say goodbye to the Bing family. And here it is, Matt Calvani’s version of the Mini Simmons aka the board that brought back the joy of surfing to me. As you can see it looks

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California, Surf

malibu beach


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Linn named her dog malibu after this beach so it was pretty cool to drive down and check it out. It’s super famous for being the most perfect longboarding wave in the world. Now one of our stickers are stuck on one of the trash cans, yey!

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California

a camera on the highway


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Petter had a dream of a picture like this at Highway 1, California. Off course I didn’t know it was such a big deal to him at the time and having a Caonon 5 d camera on the highway with cars coming fast as hell was more than I could take. I cut off the

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California, Friends

Alex in San Francisco


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Our friend Alexander, also known as Ballen, moved to San Francisco from Sweden the same day as we came to S.F from New york. He’s gonna study at Miami Ad School (yes, it’s called Miami Ad School, it’s a filial to the actual one who is situated in Miami) It was a long time since

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California, Restaurants

grilled oysters


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We had been driving the high way one from north of napa valley and downwards. We started to get pretty hungry and bham there where the first restaurant we´d seen for a few hours. Happened to be the one that started to tradition to grill oysters, so we had a plate of those and a

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California

Somewhere north of San Francisco


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Somwhere on a small road north of San Francisco. A countryside town in the states pretty much how I imaged one to be. Just few houses and very few people, an old lady telling us you can get robbed if you go out there, “watch out, people get lost all the time she said”. We

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California, Restaurants

Freestone


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We went to Freestone too which is a vineyard Phelps built in purpose of making the best Pinot Noir and Chardonnay he thinks is possible. He placed the vines in the small community of Freestone which lies closer to the coast and get’s a more salty and rough climate than they get in Napa or

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California, Restaurants

Napa Valley


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Driving into Napa Valley and tasting a cabarnet sauvignon from right where it´s made has been a dream of mine since I discovered the world of wines. I found my love to the reds in that grape, from this place, and from the winemaker we visited. I´ve been selling these wines at our family restaurant

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