I got up early yesterday to hit the trails before it gets scorching hot again. I’ve been wanting to go hiking for a while but the job search kept me busy past couple weeks. I felt almost relieved when we arrived at the Portuguese Bend Reserve. “Ahh.. we are finally here.”, I thought. Even Xena looked relieved. Maybe she
This is a sequel to my previous entry We Love You, Santa Barbara. When I went to bed the night before, I planned to hit the trails early that morning. But when I woke up, it was overcast and it even drizzled a little on and off. So instead, I got myself a soy latte from
I recently traveled to Maui. Even though Xena didn’t travel with me, I checked out a dog friendly trail while vacationing there. The trailhead is located near Waihee-Waiehu off route 340. As we were making our way up to the trailhead, it started to drizzle. By the time we arrived at the trailhead around 12:30 pm, it was raining.
I had a very interesting hike today and I am excited to share with you! With Xena having the black coat, it is very important for me to find trails offering shades (at least the majority of the trail) in the summer and it is not that easy in southern California. While having my breakfast,
I thought my first blog should be about our favorite local hike. There are many trails to choose from in Portuguese Bend Reserve, so it is never dull. Last weekend, I was in a mood for a short and easy hike. After parking the car on Crenshaw Blvd near Del Cerro Park, we walked toward the