Few weeks ago I went for a couple hours hike at Edgewood Park in San Mateo. The weather was alright, but it was just after a day of rain, so the paths were all muddy, yet manageable. The park is very enjoyable, with several paths and different levels; lots of runners and walkers around, yet […]
Not far from where I live, is Uvas Canyon County Park. Although on the smaller side compared to major outdoor sites, this County Park has lots to offer, including campgrounds and a creek with several waterfalls. The waterfalls are not particularly big, but if you go prepared, you can test your photographic abilities in creating […]
2014 is an important year for Yosemite, being the 150th Anniversary of the Yosemite Grant, which dates back in 1864. It is also the 50th Anniversary of the National Wilderness Planning Team. I have covered a trip to Yosemite with a lucky encounter not long ago. As a photographer and hiker, Yosemite is such a […]
If you haven’t been to San Francisco Lands End Park yet, well, you must take some time to go over there and hit the trails. Besides the immediate access to the recently restored area, and access to the remains of the old Sutro Baths (be extra vigilant if you have little children), the trails around […]
St. George was the last stop on the way back to Las Vegas. Besides being a good place for restoring your energy, it is home to Snow Canyon State Park. The park is midsize, but rich with a variety of formations that you will want to explore for a day (or half) of easy yet […]
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