Zanne

Zanne

Zanne is the Founder, Editor, Administration, and Publisher of WhereGalsWander along with the title of Chief Trouble Maker. Blame her for everything.
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My Weekend Pleasures Around LA Without Crowds

If there is a silver lining to quarantine, it’s that I learned how to create weekends in LA without the…

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Road Trips

Go Explore and See Where The Road Ends

Go explore and see where the road ends. Drive until you run out of pavement and hit dirt and gravel.…

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Road Trips

Epic Road Trip from Los Angeles to Zion & Bryce

This is the story of our epic road trip from Los Angeles to Zion and Bryce National Parks in Utah. …

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About Us

WhereGalsWander in the Media

A collection of WhereGalsWander in the media collaborations Wander to The EdgeA Media Platform co-hosted by Zanne of WhereGalsWander Friends…

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New England

Finding Freedom in Historic Concord

Finding Freedom in Historic Concord, the place of the Revolutionary War and birthplace of America. I love to travel because…

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Inspire

Mom’s Number One Job

What's Mom's number one job?"I would ask my girls as they were growing up. To keep us healthy & safe",…

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Inspire

WhereGalsWander Tribe: Gals Wandering Together

Celebrating the WhereGalsWander Tribe of wandering together, it's been three years since we launched with #WhereGalsWander. We are honored to…

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Guest Contributors

See The World: #WhereGalsWander Tribe

WhereGalsWander started because I wanted to see the world, through my eyes but also through the eyes of my WhereGalsWander…

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National Parks

Let’s See All The National Parks

In honor of National Park Week, yesterday we began posting our National Parks Top 10 list. Today we share the…

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National Parks

National Parks Week

Top 10 Favorite National Parks for National Park Week by WhereGalsWander

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Destinations United States

Hello from Los Angeles

Hello from Los Angeles! It’s Day 37 in our shelter in place quarantine, and it’s finally a sunny day. We…

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Destinations United States

Mountains Are Better Than People

Mountains are better than people, I prefer talking to trees and nature eases my peace of mind. We are in…

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Destinations United States

Los Angeles Winter Mountains

The sky reflected our moods, and we could see the white-topped peaks just out of our reach, lining the ring…

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Inspire

Saugus Strong: Santa Clarita High School Shooting

On Thursday, my community of Santa Clarita suffered a trauma of the Saugus Santa Clarita High School shooting. My daughter…

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One Day Adventures

2020 Corvette Stingray Convertible Reveal

Wander with me and see what it's like to attend the reveal of the 2020 Corvette Stingray Convertible by Chevrolet.…

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Road Trips

No Wine (ing) on the Pacific Coast Highway

Our goal was to go wine (ing) on the Pacific Coast Highway: wine tasting through the California Winery Region, however…

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California

A Travel Guide to Malibu Pier

Malibu Beach Pier A Travel Guide to Malibu Pier rounds out our list of Favorite SoCal Beach Piers. We started…

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California

Travel Guide to Visiting Santa Monica Pier

We are here to help but giving you a visual tour of visiting Santa Monica Pier and a travel guide…

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National Parks

Morning Coffee in the Mountain Air at Half Dome

Sipping morning coffee in the mountain air at Half Dome while watching the sunrise in Yosemite is one of the…

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California

Travel Guide to Favorite SoCal Beach Piers

It's a round-up of my favorite SoCal Beach Piers because Labor Day weekend marks the end of summer...unless you are…

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Travel Guides

Breakfast at Sadelle’s

Ok, seriously, you need to experience any morning at Bellagio and breakfast at Sadelle's will turn any morning into some…

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Travel Guides

LA Day Trip to Solvang

Take an LA day trip to Solvang If you are looking to really feel like you are escaping Los Angeles.…

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Road Trips

Why Road Trips are Important

Do you remember why road trips are important? When was the last time you hit the open road for days?…

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Road Trips

How to Wander The Loneliest Road

Wandering The Loneliest Road in America, otherwise known as Highway 50 across Nevada, is going back to remembering what a…

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California

Mentryville Oil Ghost Town Rich in History

Mentryville Park is a tiny oil ghost town rich in history tucked away in a tiny corner of Pico Canyon. …

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Gals & Hot Wheels

When I was a girl, my dad always tried to teach me about cars.  He pointed to what this thing…

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Eats and Drinks

Three-Day Guide to Vegas Without Gambling

I was invited to experience a three-day guide to Las Vegas without gambling.  Las Vegas is known for its high…

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Nevada

The Energy of Cirque Du Soleil Mystere

The energy of Cirque Du Soleil Mystere left me feeling like I was a little kid, being pushed on the…

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Travel Guides

Renaissance Faire and the Places of Wonder and Play

I seek places that bring the wonder, joy of play, and inspiration, and last week I found them in the…

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One Day Adventures

Tips for Attending The Travel & Adventure Show

Now that I'm a travel blogger, I'm always looking to expand our quest for #MoreToLife.  How can we find meaningful…

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