Picture: Mountain bikers on trail through Los Penasquitos Open Space Preserve, San Diego, California
I’ve been enjoying my time in San Diego for a very odd reason. The weather continues to be stuck in an early summer “June Gloom” rut. This means that there is a thick blanket of coastal fog that rolls in and obscures any chance of a nice sunrise. Why do I like that? Well, because it allows me to get some extra sleep every morning. You see, good weather can make for some very exhausting trips. The counter balance to this means that you only get one shot at good light per day. Yesterday, my shot came while taking a late afternoon hike through a seven mile strip of land called the Los Penasquitos Open Space Preserve. It’s a really nice refuge from the crowded hills filled with houses, shopping malls, and office building. Everyone needs a place to escape, and if you’re a local here, this Preserve is the perfect place.
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