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Point Lobos - Picnic Destination

On our Disney trip in early 2017, we drove to LA and back. On the trip we realized that our two year old can be pretty unpredictable during long drives. 617 more words

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Ocean Spray Paradox

When walking to the northern corner of Point Lobos, you’ll encounter an outcrop of rocks that intercept waves at high tide. The ensuing spray, coming at intervals of 30 seconds or so, has always been restful to me, even though the force of water  against jagged rocks is anything but peaceful…I call this a paradox.

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The Escape

“Are you out of your mind, Jake? If we get caught here, they’ll add ten years to our sentences.”

“Relax, Hubie. We won’t get caught. Now get off your lazy butt and help me drag the raft higher on the rocks. 1,810 more words

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Whalers Cove, Point Lobos

I like the curve of land and water called Whalers Cove at Point Lobos. There are wooden benches by the trail where you can sit and watch the tide roll in. 44 more words

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Point Lobos State Reserve

Michael and I have been visiting Point Lobos State Reserve in south Carmel for almost 40 years now. The reserve was designated a world heritage site in 1967. 659 more words

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Point Lobos

From time to time, I’ll take the opportunity to talk about things a little less on the abstract, and just post about my travels and life experiences- local or otherwise. 653 more words

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California Potpourri

After leaving Yosemite behind, Leah and I strategically home-based in Petaluma, and ventured along the California coast, from San Francisco to Point Lobos Natural Preserve and places in between. 83 more words

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