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Outdoors Surfing

Rip Curl WSL Finals

Lower Trestles, San Clemente Ca. A familiar stop for the surfing Championship Tour, Lower Trestles has been a gracious host to many of the world best surfers over the years. The Rip Curl WSL Finals was a first for the World Surf League. 5 surfers entered the draw on both the mens and womens side. […]

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Outdoors San Diego

Fox Raceway Pro National

Fox Raceway Pro National September was the second time to the Fox Raceway for the Pro Motocross schedule in 2021. With the outdoor season being held through the summer months, I would image most racers prepare for hot conditions. This race didn’t let them down in that regard. Hot dry and dust conditions were had […]

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Snow Valley Bike Park Downhill Race

DH racing at Snow Valley I was just up at Snow Valley this past weekend, for some downhill racing. I am not all that used to being on the side lines for off-road races. Usually if I am around some type of off-road race, I am competing in it. Nonetheless, on this day I was […]

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Outdoors San Diego Surfing Uncategorized

Del Mar Pump Track

Skating the Del Mar Pump Track The Pacific Highlands Ranch Pump Track, was originally built to be San Diego’s first all bike pump track. While bikes are allowed on the pump track, I think it is primarily being used by skaters and scooter(ers). I spend a lot of time on my mountain bike and have […]

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Outdoors San Diego Surfing

Swami’s Beach

Surf Definitely wasn’t “pumping” surf by any means. But the weather has been nice and there is a little bit of south west swell energy in the water. A week’s worth of wind swell has dropped ocean temperatures in San Diego. The lifeguard sign is claiming 70 degrees but I would put money on it […]

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Equestrian Photos

I have ridden horse in the past, as well as donkeys and even a cow. Having said that I wouldn’t consider myself an equestrian. It was however nice to spend a little time with these horses and their riders. One thing that surprised me was how much personality horses would have and how it would […]

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Cloud Ripper

Cloud Ripper 13,525 ft Eastern Sierras Cloud Ripper sits in the Palisades area of the Eastern Sierras, part of the Inyo National Forest. With approaches from both the east and the west. From the west, just outside of Kings National Park. Approaching from the east is a 2+ hour drive from Bishop California, through the […]

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Outdoors San Diego Uncategorized

Cabo Wedding

Destination Wedding in Cabo Being a lifelong San De – A – gone. Mexico has been one of my favorite places to visit. Baja is so diverse and beautiful. Cabo being at the most southern tip of the Baja Peninsula has great weather year around. Maybe a little warm in the summer months. With world […]

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Canyon Bikes Santa Barbara

Canyon Bikes USA in Santa Barbara Early last year Kathy and I were in Santa Barbara taking photos for her bike sponsor Canyon USA. The first group of photos are some pictures I grabbed in our hotel room. There was some nice light coming through a window. That created some warm tones as well as […]

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Outdoors San Diego

San Diego Zoo

My first trip to the San Diego Zoo Having lived in San Diego my entire life it might be shocking to know it took me 33 years before I ever made it to the “San Diego Zoo”.It was a cooler day in San Diego with overcast skies providing some flat light for our animal viewing […]