Monthly Archives: July 2021

What’s It Like At The Top?

I get envious when I see someone on top of this hill by Carmel along HWY 1. The view from its highest point must be magnificent. And the feeling, must be incredible. So I tried a few times, but keep … Continue reading

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San Diego Because Happiness Is Calling

Where the Sun is, Happiness is there also. So, imagine a place where the Sun shines bright 365 days a year. Imagine a place where Happiness keeps giving. Imagine endless beach days where Summer never leaves. Imagine adventure on weekdays, … Continue reading

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Maisie’s Peak

Destination is the trophy. Experience is the prize. Wasn’t sure if my son will go with me for a major 3 hour Saturday hike with friends, but just before he slept, he confirmed he will. It was his first group … Continue reading

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Super Delta Variant Target Demographics: Young and Unvaccinated

“We made our choices. People are hospitalized and in ventilators because of those choices. People will die of COVID because of their own choosing. No one’s to blame. No more scapegoat. We should treat COVID like any other disease, no … Continue reading

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Capturing Alive

To capture Alive, I leaned my chest towards the end of a massive boulder. What was I thinking? Inch even closer. Wasn’t Alive enough, so I moved a few more inches just a shy away from plunging into the deep … Continue reading

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When Nature Gives It’s Heart

When Nature gives its heart, be ready to be overwhelmed. It doesn’t have a mark except an aluminum trash can and an electric post with 3 yellow horizontal lines. How we ended there or how it found us still baffles … Continue reading

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San Francisco, First U.S. City Showing Signs of COVID-19 Ending

75% percent of San Franciscans above 12 years old are COVID-19 fully vaccinated, and 82% at least received 1 dose. No more mask and social distancing except Healthcare facilities. COVID daily cases and hospitalization negligible as compared to the rest … Continue reading

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McWay Falls

When the tides are high at McWay Creek in Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park, an incredible 80-foot-tall waterfall dives gracefully into the Pacific Ocean. Visitors can only admire it from afar. The distance between humans and nature keeps it pristine … Continue reading

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Maskless and Free

On Holiday weekend my son asked, “Dad, what’s 4th of July?” What does it mean?” My answer, “It’s Independence.” He asked again, “Dad, what is Independence? What does it mean?” Summarizing in one word from all the versions I’m told, … Continue reading

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Monastery Beach, Ethereal and Unexpected

It never captured our fancy until the day weather intervened. Every time we take a day trip to Big Sur, there’s this beach just before Point Lobos that seems ordinary yet often has lots of people in it. Didn’t understand … Continue reading

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