Torrey Pines State Reserve: A coastal wilderness within the city hike

September 17, 2007 at 4:45 am 3 comments


Beach Trail, Torrey Pines State Reserve

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Entry filed under: hiking, hiking, nature, travel, wildlife, wonders, nature, ocean, rocks, san diego, travel, wildlife.

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  • 1. totomai  |  September 17, 2007 at 4:06 pm

    You asked whether to continue hiking or listen to the whispers of the waves. Hmm, Ill go with the latter hehe. Ill prefer staying in one place to appreciate its beauty.

    The pathway with the wildflowers is very inviting. It seems to lead you to paradise.

    Ms Beth, I believe you are very lucky to be on this place a numerous times. I can only envy you. Hehe.

    Thanks for the detailed information of the place and of course your experience. I hope many more readers will visit this wonderful blogsite 🙂

    hehe, i do that sometimes john, just sit on top of coastal bluffs especially if there are dolphins, or just simply listen to the waves and enjoy the scenery. but after a while of meditating, i’d like to see another scenery, another beauty that i would continue on hiking.

    thanks for the compliment. i actually like your pics in thaiand too and that inspires me to go there someday. but of course, our country is loaded with a lot of scenic wealth too. right now, i am dreaming to be in palawan, hiking or swimming or snorkeling. i guess, everywhere is beautiful, only if we’ll open our eyes and move our feet, we see beauty around.

    what i most like here in SD is that i dont need to take vacation or travel far to enjoy nature, i can do it for everyday. but of course, there are many other places i would like to see, thus i still take vacation :).

  • 2. gbert  |  September 19, 2007 at 6:26 am

    sa diin ka gid gani ms beth? kanami sang lugar.. makadto ko sa l.a. sa nov after trainig sa texas sa oct.. sidetrip.. hehe pero kadtuan ko is sa orange county.. 🙂 lapit ka da?

    hi bert, ari ko sa san diego. it is one hour away from orange, depends on where in orange you’d go. it can be just about 30 minutes too. give me a call when u get here, if u hav time u can take side trip in SD. i saw jinoe when he was here before, pero kadali lang sang amon lagaw kay in the middle of his seminar, hehe!

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