Rinconada Trail in the Los Padres National Forest. it's not difficult (I could muster it...somewhat) but it does start you off going up, up, up. Phew!
Frank's in SLO.
Tuesday, March 4, 2014
Saturday, January 11, 2014
wee grove of eucalyptus in the tiny town of Los Osos to see if there were any monarchs in residence. The numbers here tend to be very low but this was the first time I saw more than a handful. If you stand still long enough you realize you are surrounding by the pretties. Even when the butterflies are not in residence, this wee grove marks a pretty path that heads out towards the morro bay sand dunes.
Wednesday, November 6, 2013
Monday, April 8, 2013
A wander through Fiscalini Ranch in Cambria can be as easy a wander as you like. If not pressed, one can wander the criss-crossing paths for miles. The ocean view, breeze, and air is gorgeous. The pine trees are delightful (save for the pollen flying around), and if you look carefully there are all sorts of critters to be seen. We'll return again in the fall and winter when the green turns to brown and the mushrooms burst out of the ground.
Wednesday, December 5, 2012
We spent Turkey Day with family in Sequioa National Park. Potwisha is a favorite place. Easy to wander, pretty to boot. If you go, please remember to walk out with what you walked in with. There is sadly far too much litter left behind. Watch out for bears!