In January, I made my annual desert trip to La Quinta which is 2 hours from L.A. Rainstorm was in the forecast for my entire trip but I didn’t care. I looked forward to this trip all winter and I wasn’t going to cancel it. I was ready for a break from the daily routines.
Once upon a time, there was a magical dog whose name was unknown. She lived on the top of a mountain and protected the people lived in a village below. She had a beautiful orange fur and had a tail that can opens up like a wing. Yes, that’s right, she could fly! I will leave the rest of
Last month, I wanted to hike with an ocean view, so I drove to Abalone Cove Shoreline Park. I checked the tide schedule early in the morning and planned my day around it to make sure we can walk down to the cove. We reached the parking lot around 9am. Beach was widened due to
I made a collage of spooky moments from my walks for your amusement. Hope you enjoy. 👻👀 This picture is from a hike on Sunday. It was a gloomy errie morning with thick grey blankets of clouds. I added some effects to capture the mood perfectly. Only thing it’s missing is a witch flying over
I didn’t look for them but after I started blogging about my little outdoor adventures, I kept running in to heart-shaped rocks and stones in my paths. The first one was on the Jesusita trail in Santa Barbara. How can I forget. I was heartbroken during that time so I saw it as a sign from
Mesa Peak Trail is also known as Mesa Peak Motorway. From Pacific Coast Highway, take Corral Canyon Road. Stay on Corral Canyon Road for about 5 miles or so. It eventually changes to Castro Peak Motorway and leads you into Malibu Creek State Park. There is a sign letting you know that you are now entering into the state
A trip including hiking and wine tasting is a perfect getaway in my book any time. Recently, I traveled to San Luis Obispo (a.k.a. SLO) with my sister for a few days to do just that. Xena was a trooper and tolerated the 3.5-hour long car ride. We arrived at a dog-friendly Best Western which