Fresh California Golden

Every moment is a golden one for him who has the vision to recognize it as such.” ( Henry Miller )

Ruth and I embark on our road trips west to California from Fort Lauderdale always looking for those sites that seem both freshly new and spiritually uplifting. These lofty goals though seem tough to accomplish when we average 400-500 miles driving each day on our typically prearranged schedule to reach the “Golden State” end of our journey. Know then we’ve reached the logical conclusion that fly/drive adventures make more sense now to cover desired regions of the U.S. in greater depth than we’ve previously undertaken. So we’ve been out on the road moving south along the California coastline from the San Francisco Bay Area since late May. For this particular blog, then, I invite you to relive with us some inspiring video moments of “California Golden” scenes that we’ve witnessed so far on this more time abbreviated adventure. Just click on the six (6) links below that follow each caption.

 

1.Elephant Seals Along the Central California Coastline CD

 

 

2.Stellar’s Jay Food Fetish at Pfeiffer Big Sur State Park

 

 

 
3. Point Lobos Along the Pacific Coast Highway

 

 

 4. San Francisco Bay South of Golden Gate Bridge

 

 

5. China Camp State Park in Marin County

 

 

6. Moonstone Beach in Cambria, California

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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  1. California is blessed with an incredible coastline that is home to a host of beautiful beaches that are among the best in the United States. I hope to see them one day 🙂 Thanks for sharing and have a lovely day 🙂 Aiva xx

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