Category Archives: Fall Guide

San Diego Halloween Guide. #sandiego #halloween #sandiegoevents #skeleton #skeletoncartoon

The Best Halloween Parties, Events and Festivals in San Diego

“Eat, drink and be scary.” If the above quote describes your ideal October and Halloween, look no further than this guide. Here are the best Halloween parties, spooky events and Fall festivals in San Diego: 10/18-10/20: Del Mar Harvest Festival 10/18-10/19 Haunted Tales on the Star of India 10/19: Fall Harvest Festival at City Farmer’s Nursery

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Halloween Guide San Diego. #sandiego #cute #puppy #halloween

Halloween Tours, Trains and Treats in San Diego

San Diego may not be your typical New England town, but we have a good amount of Fall activities and Halloween happenings. Here’s some of the best Halloween tours, trains and treats in San Diego. Check back tomorrow for the best Halloween parties and festivals in San Diego! Tours Old Town Trolley Ghosts and Gravestones

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Delicious & Healthy Fall Recipes

Cooking seems so much better in the Fall. Maybe it’s the change in season or the slow transition from outdoors to indoors. Whatever the reason, here’s a roundup of 12 yummy and healthy Fall recipes to get you cooking away: Pumpkin Spice Protein Smoothie Balsamic Roasted Brussel Sprouts Creamy Polenta with Leeks Haitian Pumpkin Soup

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Fall Gardening Guide: Get Your Soil Straight from The Wanderer Guides. #sandiego #mulching #gardening

Fall Gardening Guide: Get Your Soil Straight

Last week we covered how to get your garden plants trimmed up for cooler weather. Before you throw away all the litter from the plants you trimmed, let’s talk about getting your soil straightened out. Now is a great time to supplement San Diego’s clay soil with some hard-core compost and organic materials to improve

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Pumpkin Patches in San Diego. #halloween, #pumpkins #cute

Get Your Pumpkins San Diego

“I would rather sit on a pumpkin and have it all to myself, than be crowded on a velvet cushion.” –Henry David Thoreau Be just like Thoreau–here are the best places to get your pumpkins in San Diego: Bates Nut Farm: This place is awesome with rides, animals and a straw maze. I wish I

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17 Exhibits to See in October in San Diego. #art #sandiego #mcasd

17 Exhibits to See in October in San Diego

Exhibits come and exhibits go but one thing remains the same…it’s October! Ok, that was a pretty lame intro. All jokes aside, there’s nothing lame about the great exhibits going on right now around San Diego. Check out the list of top exhibits to see this month in SD: Please Be Seated, Mingei International Museum.

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Fall Gardening Guide from The Wanderer Guides #gardening #gardentips #fall #fallgardening #sandiego

Fall Gardening Guide: How to Trim Back Your Garden

Fall weather is upon us in San Diego (I can tell because this morning I had to scrape icicles off my air conditioner). Fall is full of meaning and wonderful things but Fall in the garden means cleanup. Here in SD, the season isn’t as drastic as it can be in other parts of the

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Spooky San Diego 2013. #halloween #sandiego #haunted

Spooky San Diego 2013

October is here! Maybe it’s because my birthday’s in October but we at The Wanderer Guides think this month is the best of the year (don’t you agree?). With October comes Halloween and we all know what that means: lots of haunted trails, spooky houses and decked out amusement parks. Here’s your guide to haunted

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How to Stay Safe at Night

“Better a thousand times careful than once dead.”  Proverb Safety doesn’t happen by accident. It takes precaution and knowing the environment around us. Now that it’s starting to get darker earlier, it’s even more important to keep safe. Here are some ideas to keep safe when walking to your car/home at night: Don’t Walk Alone. It’s

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Theatre Picks in San Diego. #picasso #cool #theatre #sandiego

5 Theatre Picks for Fall in San Diego

It’s Fall! The season brings many things, and today’s focus is the wonderful shows that are starting at theaters around SD. Here are 5 theatre picks to check out before the season ends: The Last Goodbye. The Old Globe hosts a musical version of Romeo and Juliet. How can you go wrong? Just opened on

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