Los Rios Street, San Juan Capistrano

By |February 16th, 2012|

On the rare occasions that the hubs and I get a day to ourselves, I’m extremely happy to spend it playing tourist in our own towns.  Just give me some sunshine, a camera, and the company of the man I love and I’m a happy girl.  To me there is nothing more romantic than slowly carousing the streets and shops under his arm, giggling at his jokes and stopping every now and then to snap a picture or admire a cute boutique.  I don’t even insist on buying anything (although I can’t guarantee that I won’t want to create a knockoff version of what I see).


Heisler Park, Laguna Beach

By |June 9th, 2011|

My idea of the perfect day is taking a long walk through Laguna Beach, admiring the boutiques that sell clothes I can’t afford and appreciating the artwork of my fellow local artists.  Even if you’re not a big beach fan, the art alone is worth visiting Laguna Beach.  I’m proud to say that we have some of the loveliest paintings, photography, sculptures, and handmade goods in the world.

There are so many things for people to lose themselves in when visiting.  But the best part of meandering through Laguna Beach is experiencing all the natural splendor of the area.  It’s a spiritual experience that is cleansing to the soul.

Or maybe I’m just a beach nut.

Whatever the case, I thought it was time to share my daily walking experiences with my readers.  I want to start with Heisler Park, as it is one of my favorite areas in Laguna Beach.


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