Leo Carrillo State Park
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A wonderful little park on the outskirts of Los Angeles! Hiking trails, lovely swimming or sunbathing beach, a camp store, and very attractive.
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Drive: Carpinteria - Malibu ( 56 m )
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Sights: Coastal Hwy
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Activities: walking along the beautiful beach trail with its tidepools, caves, rock formations, sand dunes
we didn't have time to hike up into the hills behind the campground, but heard that it …
... day, he got an understanding of how to stand on the paddle board. Also, to his advantage the water was very calm today. He had a great surfing lesson with 2-3 very cool surfs. One of them is posted below for viewing.
Finally we headed back to Fremont, CA. We arrived at night by around 8 PM. Tired, but relaxed and fully rejuvenated ( if you know what we mean).That’s it.
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All but one of us, Mark being the early bird up at 8:00, slept until 9:30! Egad, can't remember the last time we slept so late.
It was predicted to be in the mid-90’s today, so Mac and Josie went straight to swimsuits this morning, with Cheryl quickly following. Mark stayed inside for a bit longer, joining all of us at the pool around 12:30 p.m. Of course, the staff came by several times with popsicles.
Well, we arrived in good time, and the immigration guy didn't set a good feel for the place, but he has been the grumpiest/meanest I have endured. Got picked up by the free shuttle and checked into our king bed room! Lovely quaint one, with free breakfast. We then decided, to the shops we must go, and the receptionist told us to grab a bus, ...
Blimey O'Reilly ( well it is St Patricks Day today) that was a shock - literally. We have just experienced a 4.6 magnitude earthquake which was nothing to do with Wakefield Trinity. It only lasted 3-4 seconds but it was quite violent. No damage done though and everyone is OK. End of news flash Today is the start of Phase 2 of our trip as we begin our cruise ( Pam says when we get to Phase 8 - whatever that is - she's ...