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It Ain't Pretty - Bay Area Screenings

It Ain't Pretty - Bay Area Screenings

It Ain't Pretty Movie  Produced by Dayla Soul   "A film about the women who surf SF's Ocean Beach over the course of 3 years we followed and documented these Bay Area women to explore what drives their passion to paddle out. We talked with a variety of surfers with a range of ability ands skills. From the passionate beginner to the professional big wave surfer and found what it is that draws all these women to surf these unforgiving waters." Local Screenings: 6 pm Saturday November 12th  @ Old Princeton Landing 460 Capistrano Road, Half Moon Bay Benefit for Brown Girl...

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Detox Juice

Detox Juice

Some days I wake up feeling like I need a good cleanse- whether it be through a workout, a relaxing mind, or a healthy diet. This green juice is a great way to start your morning towards refreshing your system. The cucumber is great for easing inflammation and aiding in cell hydration while the apple helps break down toxins and enhance digestion. Ginger root aids in digestion, relieves tired muscles, and boosts nutrient absorption. Lastly, the lemon acts as a potent detoxifier and natural antibiotic that improves liver function and can help boost immunity. All in all, you can't go...

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Half Moon Bay Hike

Half Moon Bay Hike

Pillar Point Bluff Trail ~  You can make this hike a short adventure to catch some nice views or a sunset. If you're feeling a longer hike you can continue it along the bluffs.  From Pillar Point parking lot you can catch the bluff trail near the south end of the Air Force base which has views of Half Moon Bay and the world famous Mavericks surf break.  Also from Pillar Point parking lot, there is a nice ½ mile trail which leads to the beach under Pillar Point itself and at low tide you can take a long stroll...

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Day Trip to Pinnacles National Park

Day Trip to Pinnacles National Park

Traveler staffer, Lauren Schmidt, recently took a day trip to explore Pinnacles National Park.  Pinnacles is about a 2.5 hour drive south of Pacifica.  Background:  23 million years ago volcanoes erupted and formed Pinnacles National Park. Highlights: Visitors can take a loop trail and venture through talus caves, the pinnacles, and canyon bottoms.  Don't forget your flashlight!

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The newest addition to Pacifica, Traveler is Open!

The newest addition to Pacifica, Traveler is Open!

We're happy to announce that the newest store in Pacifica is here! Traveler opened on Sunday Oct. 9th and is now open for business 7 days week! Hours: M-F 10am-6pm, Sat/Sun 9am-6pm  

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