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Genie and Bottle, the Untold Story

I felt like I was dying climbing back up. My body, in aches and pain the next day. But I will do what I did all over again when opportunity strikes. Why? Because it’s one of my Life Source. We … Continue reading

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Birds Beach, Seals Beach, Human Beach, Any Difference?

Is there any difference between Birds Beach, Seals Beach and Human Beach? Yes, there are contrast and differences with some commonalities. Birds Beach has lots of flying, diving, tweeting, singing, pooping. Life is communal, crowded, but everyone gets along. Sharing … Continue reading

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Private Beach on our last day of Summer

“I don’t have to be rich to have a private beach. I just need gas money and a long day off.” People wonder what it is to travel at a whim to the most expensive, beautiful destinations from around the … Continue reading

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Purple Sea Urchins Invasion at Monterey Bay

November 1, 2020, a swarm of Purple Sea Urchins invaded Monterey Bay, threatening the survival of its vital ocean ecosystem. No one knew when they arrived. No one knew when they started replacing some of its local life forms. Invasion … Continue reading

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Dead Barry, Dead Patriotism

Is Barry a person? Is Barry an event in History that made ordinary people to extraordinary Heroes and Legends? “We are at War to a bio weapon that adjust to our response. Many of us answered to the call and … Continue reading

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Alemere Falls, The Waterfall That Loves The Ocean Unconditionally

One of the 2 known rare Tidefall, a waterfall that flows directly into the ocean in California, Alamere Falls is too dreamy to be true, but it does exist. “The Waterfall love so much the Ocean that it made a … 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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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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Cherry Blossoms San Francisco Japan Town

We went for our son’s Pokemon cards but San Francisco’s Japan Town gave us more and a lot of first. First time to see it’s beautiful Cherry Blossoms in full bloom. First time to see the Japan Town square turn … Continue reading

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Mask, People and Demons

We all have our masks. We wear them everyday at work and places we can’t show who we are and what we feel. We wear that mask to hide and protect our hearts from the familiar, repetitive pain, judgement and … Continue reading

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Hiking Happiness At Montara

Whether by the beach or overlooking from its mountains, Montara is our happy place. So, today I hope to give you the same happiness it gave me by taking you there on a hike. Happiness means more when we work … Continue reading

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One Day We’re Here, One Day We’re Not

If there is one important lesson the Coronavirus Pandemic has taught me is that I need to make the most of life everyday because “One day we’re here, one day we’re not.” Hiking for the first time since Stay-at-Home, I … Continue reading

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