Southern California May 23, 2018
10 Privileges Southern Californians Have That The Rest Of The U.S. Doesn’t
If your heart belongs to Southern California, then you fully understand why it’s such a privilege to call this place home. Whether you love the weather, the scenery, or the amazing food, you’ll definitely be able to relate to these 10 privileges Southern Californians have that the rest of the U.S. does not.
1. Outdoor dining any time of year.
Whether it's summer, fall, winter, or spring, every day is a good to dine outside in Southern California.
2. Sampling fresh citrus right off the tree at our very own Citrus State Historic Park.
3. Having access to this kind of view any day of the week.
No matter where you live in Southern California, you can always find a beautiful beach to walk, explore, or just photograph.
4. Spending a day at Disneyland without having to buy a plane ticket.
While the rest of the country has to fly to Southern California to experience the happiest place on earth, those of us who live here can just hop in the car and drive to the theme park any time we feel like getting our Disneyland fix.
5. Eating the world's best fish tacos.
Whether you head to Rubio's where the fish taco craze originally got started, or any other taco stand or Mexican restaurant in Southern California, a mouthwatering fish taco can always be located at pretty much any taco shop in SoCal.
6. Hot air balloon rides above Temecula wine country.
Not only do we have some of the best wines in the country right here in Temecula Valley, but we also get to experience epic views of SoCal wine country from the comfort of a hot air balloon.
7. Having access to fresh produce all year long.
Whether you pick it out at the local farmers market or you grow your own fruit and veggies in your own backyard, having access to fresh produce all year long is just one of the many things us Southern Californians can count on.
8. Adding avocado to everything we order.
Whether in guacamole, on top of eggs, in sandwiches, or just eaten alone, the avocado is and always has been a staple here in Southern California.
9. Hopping in the car and taking a long drive along the Pacific Coast Hwy.
Whether it's a Sunday drive or a "just because drive," there's nothing quite like the scenery you'll encounter when taking a leisurely drive along the Pacific Coast Highway.
10. Enjoying the winter season in shorts and flip flops.
When the winter rolls around and the rest of the country is bundled up in coats and fuzzy hats, we still get to wear our "summer gear" in the heart of the winter months.
What do you love most about living in Southern California that makes the rest of the U.S. jealous?
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