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A Long Goodbye

Since childhood, I have maintained a slight tendency towards secretiveness. For years, I have held my hopes and aspirations close, keeping them to myself, calling them “secret dreams”. 803 more words

Monterey Bay webcam favorites

In March 2014 I wrote a post on webcam views of Monterey Bay from Santa Cruz to Monterey. Since then some cams are no longer operating and a few have changed views. 522 more words

Monterey Bay

New on 500px : Elkhorn Slough Sunset by kawasemi1

Elkhorn Slough National Estuarine Research Reserve is a marsh land near Moss Landing (close to Monterey), CA. Although it is famed for birders, and we went there to photograph birds, we didn’t have much lack in birds from this area yesterday (12/12/2015.) I am not sure it was because of storms we are having or if they went for holiday shopping ☺ 63 more words

Real Estate And Mortgage

Sea Otters Aren't Just Cute, They Are Saviors of Marshes

NPR writes about the major contribution Sea Otters make in preserving ecosystems. They specifically talk about how otters have benefited Elkhorn Slough, which is an inland salt marsh near Monterey Bay. 181 more words

Animals

Elkhorn Slough birds

This continues my post on Elkhorn Slough during an incredible “We Paddle, You Photo” tour with Kayak Connection. This is a sampling of the bird photos I took on this trip. 72 more words

California Coast

Elkhorn Slough mammals

Our local sloughs (pronounced slews) are precious coastal wetlands (once extensive along the California coast, now about only 10% remain). The largest is Elkhorn Slough… 218 more words

Monterey Bay

Monterey Kayaking RV trip #37

We were looking forward to the maiden voyage of our new Sea Eagle Fasttrack Kayak, which we purchased a few weeks ago. We had visited… 354 more words

RV Trips