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The magnificent beauty of the La Jolla coastline will take your breath away. It is a must see when in San Diego. La Jolla shores is a long sandy beach where you can rent kayaks and stand up paddle boards. But La Jolla Cove is something very different… a picturesque treasure grove offering an incredible place to snorkel, dive and explore colorful marine life. I spend a lot of my time here… Read More

Balboa park was established in 1868 but didn’t really start taking it’s current shape until much later. In 1892 ‘The Mother of Balboa Park’ Kate Sessions, offered to plant trees and plants in the park which was 1400 acres at the time. Some of these trees still stand today. Below here is one of my most favorites. The Moreton Bay fig at Palm Canyon. It’s massive roots are not only amazing but… Read More

Mushroom caves is a true hidden gem in San Diego. It used to be off limits to the public but now it’s open, so set your GPS to N Rio Ave, Solana Beach and park at the end of the street where you’ll see the trail head. (see below for another longer route) From here you’ll be heading inland for a short walk to the caves. Soon you’ll get a choice of… Read More