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Monthly Archives: May 2011
Highlights: Big Trees, Grotto, Waterfalls, Wilderness Difficulty: ** Distance: 3 miles, 1-1/2 hours (round trip) Altitude Gain/Loss: 800ft/800ft Description: This trip begins on the Burkhart Trail parking head at Buckhorn Campground and provides an amazing cross section of opportunity in the … Continue reading
Fine Art quality work on a gallery party wall facing a vacant lot….pure urban poetry. Lichtenstein influences, also passion and death, speed and chance, or at least so I think. We met the gallery representative and she informed us that … Continue reading
At the end of Wavecrest Ave., where it meets the Venice Beach boardwalk, both north and south walls are covered with murals. The North wall is part of Rey’s Pizza and it’s mural was probably commissioned by the pizza shop … Continue reading
This is a pretty sweet little skate park right on the beach in Venice. The area is usually crowded with skaters and spectators.
Gateway to Los Angeles from all points East, this spectacular view of the San Gabriels from the El Cajon Pass welcomes all who come hearing the call….the west is the best, just get here and we’ll do the rest.
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Highlights: Soap Box Cars, Costumes, Racing Difficulty: * Cost: * Description: Awesome event in downtown L.A., utilizing Bunker Hill as the propellant for a good ole fashion soap box derby. Teams are carefully selected by presentation of concept for car … Continue reading
Holes: 18 (but there is another back 18 to this course) Highlights: well maintained and marked course, 36 Holes, hard to lose a disc, nice park, man made lake Difficulty: Short to medium distance holes on a mostly open course. … Continue reading
Walk through a garden of the alien looking Chola cacti while you enjoy the blue skies and this amazing section of Joshua Tree National Park. This is one of the many road side exhibits and natural wonders this park has … Continue reading
This is an amazingly scenic view spot in Joshua Tree National Park. From up here you can see the Coechella Valley, San Adreas Fault, the snow covered peak El Jaciento Mountain and more.
Current Exhibit: Paris: Life and Luxury Exhibit Dates: April 26–August 7, 2011 Hours: SUN: 10am–5:30pm MON: CLOSED TUES-FRI: 10am-5:30pm SAT: 11am–9pm Price: General Admission: FREE Parking.: $15 Address: 1200 Getty Center Drive The Getty Center is a campus of buildings … Continue reading
Highlights: Quiet Canyon Stream, Wild Flowers, Mountain Biking, Neighborhood Nature Hiking Difficulty: * Distance: 10 miles, 3 hours (round trip) Altitude Gain/Loss: 800ft/800ft Description: This post is Under Construction
Highlights: Salt water breezes, sea lions, sailboats Difficulty: * Cost: ** Description: Kayaking Marina Del Rey gives you an up close look at the culture surrounding this L.A. oasis. At the same time, you can relax and slip away into … Continue reading
Highlights: Hot Springs, Wilderness Difficulty: ** Distance: 4 miles, 2 hours (round trip) Altitude Gain/Loss: 930ft/930ft Description: Beautiful untouched wilderness hides this gem. The trail in and out protects this precious hot spring from mobs of visitors, yet you will never find … Continue reading
http://www.gplb.com Event in mid April. Badass circuit track built into the streets of the city. Racing through the streets of Long Beach goes back to 1977, Chris Pook organized the first F/One race and started an economic rennansaince in the … Continue reading
Highlights: Views, Debris Dams, Camping Difficulty: *** Distance: 6.6 miles, 3-4 hours (round trip) Altitude Gain/Loss: 1700ft/1700ft Description: Access to the Mount Zion Trail can be found in Big Santa Anita Canyon at a four-way junction about 1.4 miles.
This is a site near my home. I pass it everyday, I like the urban space and the connections it provides. This particular site reminds me of the rectilinear squares in front of the churches in Florence, the Piazzas. This one … Continue reading