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Like a thick blanket her words comfort meon a chilly nightthe secrets entrusted to me,warm. I found them! Secret Swing two and three. It was a fun adventure treasure hunting around La Jolla for these. I wonder if there are more… I found the single-rope swing first. The view from it is dreamy… mesmerizing and the constant rhythmic crashing of the waves is a gentle reminder to take the time to listen… Read More

Thousands of mesmerizing little details and every shade of the brightest colors imaginable makes this mountain of religious devotion stand out brighter than the sun in this very hot desert, giving a simple but clear message to it’s visitors, “God is love”. The artist Leonard Knight spent 28 years single-handedly pouring his soul into this magnificent artwork. You don’t have to be religious at all to appreciate the effort that was put… Read More

Footstepsin the sand2 togetherJoined you can tellby a small space, justbig enough,for those 2 to be holding hands.They walked as far as you can seeright where the water reaches forthe warm dry sand.But it’s cold and windy this time a yearthese two didn’t care.I wondered who they were andif they had been lucky enough to find thatWow kind of love.That love that’s so rareSo pureLoyal, yet freeSoft and kind, yet sounbelievably strong… Read More

If you’re in the Los Angeles area a visit to Venice Beach is a must! If you’re visiting during the Holidays you’re in for a treat. There’s a sort of hidden and very special part of Venice that is lit up and decorated in a very unique and thoughtful way. The Venice Canals. The canals were founded in 1905 by tobacco millionaire Abbot Kinney. He dug several miles of canals to create… Read More

My favorite author H.C. Andersen once said to travel is to live.  I live by this, but I also love adventuring in my own backyard!  Thanks for joining me!  Good company in a journey makes the way seem shorter. — Izaak Walton