Below the trails along the high cliffs of Torrey Pines are miles and miles of beautiful beach to be explored, so guess where we spent the afternoon! We were walking in sunshine, and it felt glorious! Go here - http://www.torreypine.org/ - for information on the Torrey Pines State Natural Reserve.
Details, details, details! Sharing the Guy Fleming Trail with Jerre and Newt, this hike at the Torrey Pines State Natural Reserve seemed all about the details. From early Spring wildflowers, a perigren falcon, a roadrunner, squirrels, and, don't forget, the beautiful ocean views, this hike was full of joyful details. Go here – http://www.torreypine.org/parks/trails.html –... Continue Reading →
What a delight to hike the Razor Point Trail at the Torrey Pines State Natural Reserve with in search of early spring blooms and an ocean view. Go here - http://www.torreypine.org/parks/trails.html - for information about the trails at the Torrey Pines State Natural Reserve.
This was a 5-1/2 mile in and back trail through Hellhole Canyon to the lovely Maidenhair Falls. Including such happenings as being attacked by a jumping jolla cactus, passing through a palm oasis and climbing over giant boulders in order to reach the lovely Maidenhair Falls, this was one very spectacular hike! For more information... Continue Reading →
If you find yourself visiting the San Diego/Escondido area, the San Diego Zoo Safari Park is definitely worth a visit. Covering miles and miles of trail, we spent nearly an entire day there as we explored the animal area and gardens. I generally find it very sad to see caged animals in a park, but... Continue Reading →
Off we set to visit family in the San Diego area and explore some new trails. . After a wonderful lunch, we covered a few miles of trails as we explored the grounds at the Cabrillo National Monument and visited the the Point Loma Lighthouse.
Enjoying soaring eagles and hawks as we hiked along the Nooksack River Dike Trail, we hiked along the trail running from the Slater Road bridge to the Marine Drive bridge and back. I've hiked this trail before. Go here - https://60before60.wordpress.com/2012/03/07/28-nooksack-river-dike-trail/ - for more photos and information.
Taking advantage of the afternoon sunshine, we re-visited the trails along Miranda Ridge. The views were absolutely stellar all along this hike.