Cin Martino California dream involved heading west in 1972 along Route 80 in a 1964 blue Ford Galaxy, a 13 foot Shasta travel trailer towed behind us with two cats sleeping in our pull-out bed..
Over the last several weeks, we've asked Day to Day listeners to share their vision of the California Dream. Fame, health, satisfaction, blue sky or innovation—what defines your California Dream? Is the economy forcing that dream to change?
Susan Lindau's California dream involved being a chef for people (Hollywood types) with special dietary needs. Cooking for people is just another form of social work/therapy!.
A trip by Day to Day to the pawnshop remindeds Alex Cohen that gold had something to do with getting her to California—gold records, that is.
In this installment of What's Your California Dream, Sharon Rosen Leib dreams of a California where hot pink cactus flowers bloom on Joshua Tree's harsh desert floor—and also shares her great-grandfather's dream.
Every Tuesday we'll be sharing the California Dreams of listeners both on-air and here on Daydreaming. First up, listener Jay Castillo: Me and my wife are first generation immigrants from the Philippines who came to the US back in 1982.