Monthly Archives: December 2012

Hiking at Crystal Cove State Park

Huntington Beach, CA Yesterday the three of us (John, Pam, and Jessica) drove about ten miles south on the Pacific Coast Highway to do some hiking at Crystal Cove State Park.  The park is located along the ocean between Newport … Continue reading

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Hiking to the Hollywood Sign

Huntington Beach, CA The day after Christmas dawned with overcast skies and wind.  But the forecast was for clearing skies by noon, so we headed up I-405 to get an up close view of the famous Hollywood sign. A hiking web site … Continue reading

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Hooray for Hollywood

Huntington Beach, CA Our daughter, Jessica, arrived at LAX right on time late Monday morning.  It sure was great to see her, although she is only two thirds of the daughter we use to know. Jessica has changed her diet … Continue reading

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Snow and Sand in the O.C.

Huntington Beach, CA The view from the coast line of southern California provides some real interesting contrasts.  If you face to the east you see this view . . . The snow-covered peak is Mount San Antonio, commonly known as Old … Continue reading

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Welcome to Surf City

Huntington Beach, CA We left Santee Lakes, outside San Diego, this morning and headed north after a stay of almost a month.  San Diego County is full of great hiking opportunities so yesterday we took advantage of a beautiful, sunny … Continue reading

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Urban Hiking in San Diego

Santee, CA One of the interesting things about the city of San Diego is the canyons that run through the eastern portion of the city, right through neighborhoods.  Fellow full-time RVers Hans and Lisa, who are also staying in Santee … Continue reading

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Hiking Around Del Mar

Santee, CA A couple of weeks ago Pam commented on someone’s blog that we were staying here at Santee Lakes near San Diego.  Another couple commented on the same blog that they were also in this park, not far from … Continue reading

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