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06-11-07, 08:08 PM #1
Anyone know of anything to do there? We are going to be in the area at the end of June. Flying into LAX and heading up. I already have a tour to the Channel Islands planned. What other things are there to do? Why Ventura? It is close to the Central Valley Wineries but I don't plan on spending all my time there. Not a big fan of LA so we decided to head northThe opinions given in my posts DO NOT reflect the opinions, views, policies, and/or procedures of my employing agency. They are my personal opinions only, thereby releasing my agency of any liability, or involvement in anything posted under the username "Beans" on LEF.
06-11-07, 08:29 PM #2
I would check out Santa Barbara or San Francisco. Otherwise, I am not sure there is much to see in Ventura.
If you come near San Diego, let me know and we can hook up.
06-12-07, 01:16 AM #3
There are some decent beaches in Malibu.
The Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley. They have the old Air Force One and a copy of the Oval Office
I once saw a map to celebrity homes in Westlake Village/Thousand Oaks area.
If you're in Ventura on 23-24 June, the Port Hueneme navy base is having Seabee days. The Seabee museum on the base.
I don't think they are filming anything new in Ventura County. Usually they do it in the fall/winter time. I could check with the company I do extra work for.
You could visit the Hells Angels chapter in Ventura, maybe meet George Christie (I heard he is the natl pres)...
Santa Barbara: UC Santa Barbara, the beach, State street clubs, wineries in the Santa Ynez Valley, Solvang ... a 45 min drive north you can visit Michael Jackson's Neverland...
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I'd meet up with ya but my reserve unit is doing its active duty time and I will be gone for 3 weeks. Sorry.
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06-12-07, 01:25 AM #4
I guess it depends on how far you are willing to drive?
Solvang is a "Danish" village, very quaint.
The Madonna Inn has all the theme rooms, like the Flintstones, it's near San Luis Obispo.
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06-12-07, 01:26 AM #5
Hava fun in Ventura I was stationed in Port Hueneme when I was active duty. I second checking out the museum and Seabee Days. Lots of old firearms and military stuff at the museum. Seabee days has a lot of displays and carnival type stuff.JamesDept of the Army Civilian Police"Loyalty above all else, except Honor"Never forget those who fell on 9/11/01S&W beats 4 Aces every time
06-12-07, 12:46 PM #6
Thanks fro the ideas guys. I don't think I will make it down to San Diego jato, just won't have the time. I looked into going to San Diego, but the airfare was too high. Los Angeles was on sale that week. We are only there for 4 days. I would definitly like to see the Reagan library and thinking about heading up to San Luis Obispo.The opinions given in my posts DO NOT reflect the opinions, views, policies, and/or procedures of my employing agency. They are my personal opinions only, thereby releasing my agency of any liability, or involvement in anything posted under the username "Beans" on LEF.
06-12-07, 01:25 PM #7
Damn rich popo and their vacations!
06-12-07, 01:28 PM #8The opinions given in my posts DO NOT reflect the opinions, views, policies, and/or procedures of my employing agency. They are my personal opinions only, thereby releasing my agency of any liability, or involvement in anything posted under the username "Beans" on LEF.
06-12-07, 01:32 PM #9
Yeah, but I meant good trips where you don't just have to venture into the sewage to visit relatives
Just messin with you Beanie
06-12-07, 01:34 PM #10
06-12-07, 05:47 PM #11
I agree with the above. if you go to the seabee museum you might see a wooden sake drum that was shared with us in japan for the 50th anniversary of the seabees(you might even find a where I wrote ''i can't believe we drank the whole thing). good bike riding if you're into that. also there was a sunshine dounut shop near the base that served custard filled dounut holes that we used to bet for. pm me if you find it I want to see if they deliver. you will be close to hollweird.
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