Monthly Archives: May 2014

Day Trip: Point Lobos

We joined friends for a picnic, tide pooling, and water play at Point Lobos, just South of Carmel on Highway 1.  This California State Reserve is a wildlife reserve, so you won’t find folks building sandcastles or flying kites.  But what you will find are tons of nesting swallows, sea lions, otters, seals, crabs, and […]

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Gold in them Hills!

Please click through the link to view this full post, if you would like to see the full list of images that go with this article. For Mother’s Day Weekend this year, my family took me backpacking.  There’s not much else I love in the world more than my family and being out in nature.  […]

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Waddell Creek Short Backpacking Trip – May 31 to June 1

TRIP IS FULL! Join Tiffany and family for an easy Backpacking Camping Trip at Alder Trail Camp from Waddell Beach at Rancho Del Oso. We’ll leave at 10am (let us know if you will not be able to leave around that time) from the parking area, then hike in the just over 1 mile of shady, […]

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Glimpse into the Future

“A person is defined by how (s)he acts when no one is looking.” I’ve heard this many times in my lifetime, sometimes agreeing with it, and sometimes not.  It addresses the diverse ensemble of personalities that each of us have, some when we are working for pay, some when we are volunteering our time, some […]

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