And then it happened. Something splashing in the water, seen out of the corner of her eye. Was it a fish jumping? No, there was no concentric circle that occurs after a fish splash. A diving bird? No, they were everywhere but none surfaced nearby.
We noticed the shore was littered with seaweed and the sea was literally turning green. So we began to wonder, is it edible?
We have been meeting sea-anemones, condors, crabs, sea lions and seals. It brings back fond memories of some of our other coastal excursions and adventures, all over the U.S. and elsewhere.
This is the tale of our life just before COVID-19 started calling all of the shots and the carpet was swept out from under our feet. Arriving in L.A., we planned to be staying for a couple of months -- longer than usual when we come around. So we decided to renew our registration at … Continue reading Straight Out of Central Casting to Pandemic Times
A stroll down the Walk Of Fame in Hollywood
Hiking across Golden Gate Bridge
Los Angeles is not a city that you can explore exhaustively by foot, but you can exhaust yourself trying to explore it. We spent the better part of a day hiking 12 miles across the heart of town to take in two attractions. https://youtu.be/qhaxHCkWk6o Click play to watch or Activated Adventures on YouTube First, there … Continue reading LA Art Slide
A village built by and for Chinese workers in the Nineteenth Century.
https://youtu.be/2VYCmzHASEM Click play to view With an area about the size of Rhode Island, Joshua Tree National Park is a huge playground of natural wonders. The night before we went there, we had a ringside seat to the playground in the heavens, with a clear view of stars trekking across the sky, thanks to our … Continue reading Joshua Tree Jaunt
Celebrating Disney with our son and Kimberly's birth mother.