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Took these last Sunday and the one before, on the back road from Bothasig to Melkbosstrand:

 

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These are from Cayucos State Beach. We pretty much had the beach to ourselves.

 

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That is so lovely! I absolutely adore beaches, but not in full sunshine ... lol

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My son and his girlfriend took a ferry and went on a 9 mile hike in Washington.

 

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11 hours ago, Elgee said:

I love forests! We have almost none here.

 

Oh, you would like it here. I'm close to Sequoia National Park, Kings Canyon National Park, and maybe two hours from Yosemite.

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My daughter lives in Seattle. She hates the heat in Arizona. She is the only kiddo living out of state. The other 2 live 6 miles and 30 miles from me. I love forests. 

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On 9/19/2018 at 5:43 PM, thehumantrashcan said:

I'd dry up in Arizona.  I found visiting Cali too hot.

 

We're hot.

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On 9/19/2018 at 10:58 AM, Minuet said:

My daughter lives in Seattle. She hates the heat in Arizona. She is the only kiddo living out of state. The other 2 live 6 miles and 30 miles from me. I love forests. 

 

I love forests too.

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My son went on another hike. He lives in Washington. Rattlesnake Mountain Trail.

 

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Oh my word that's beautiful, Ry! It must be unbelievable hiking around there.

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8 minutes ago, Elgee said:

Oh my word that's beautiful, Ry! It must be unbelievable hiking around there.

 

Washington is gorgeous. Although, it gets that way from lots and lots of rain.

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11 minutes ago, Ryrin said:

 

Washington is gorgeous. Although, it gets that way from lots and lots of rain.

 

Yeah ... I like rain. Lots and lots of rain.

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