The 15 Coolest Waterfalls in America (You Can Actually Swim In)

America's 15 Most Beautiful Waterfalls You Can Actually Swim In

The 15 Coolest Waterfalls in America (You Can Actually Swim In) This looks like the perfect place for a mermaid!

California Whitewater Rafting with All-Outdoors, Walnut Creek, California Rafting Trips - RealAdventures

Go white water rafting! California Whitewater Rafting with All-Outdoors, Walnut Creek, California Rafting Trips - RealAdventures

Sunset in Hospitals Reef, La Jolla, San Diego, California, United States

finest-san-diego: “ a winter moment (hospitals reef, la jolla potholes) (by max vuong) ”

c. 1900 Native American woman surrounded by Modoc and Klamath baskets. Indian art of Oregon.

1900 Native American woman surrounded by Modoc and Klamath baskets. Indian art of Oregon. people and basket. and people # Basket life #

The California American water company hopes to desalinate water from Monterey Bay. This drill site near the town of Marina is meant to prove they can access seawater from under the beach. (Luke Gianni/California American Water Co.)

The California American water company hopes to desalinate water from Monterey Bay. This drill site near the town of Marina is meant to prove they can access seawater from under the beach. (Luke Gianni/California American Water Co.

In the Mix with California Donuts...I want one now!  #losangeles #sweets

In the Mix with California Donuts

In the Mix with California Donuts - Sugar and Charm - sweet recipes - entertaining tips - lifestyle inspiration

Love this! #San Diego, #California

Inspired By: Vintage Summer

During the initial exploration of America, Columbus killed off the majority of the native population.

California isn’t the only state with water problems

The Brave Warrior, the Wanderer, as he touches the water, the flow of life, to be refreshed and renewed -- Artwork by Alfredo Rodriguez ! This is what it means to be a man. Being a man is good.

California American is using directional drilling extend a pipe some 735 feet under the beach, in hopes of sucking in a couple thousand gallons of seawater per minute from below the ocean floor. (Luke Gianni/California American Water Co.)

California American is using directional drilling extend a pipe some 735 feet under the beach, in hopes of sucking in a couple thousand gallons of seawater per minute from below the ocean floor. (Luke Gianni/California American Water Co.

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