#THE100DAYPROJECT: DAY 8

This project is a struggle for me, but eventually I will get to 100. And instead of being #THE100DAYPROJECT, it’s more of an #THE100POSTPROJECT haha.

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View from Angel’s Landing

For Memorial Day weekend, I went to the Grand Canyon (North Rim), Antelope Canyon, Horseshoe Bend, and Zion with my Tin Cook girlfriends. Despite the struggle it took us to get to Angel’s Landing, the five of us all made it! My friend Cindy googled it, and apparently, it is named “Angel’s Landing” because only angels could land on it. Guess we are all bonafide angels now!

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#THE100DAYPROJECT: DAY 4

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I lasted 3 days for #THE100DAYPROJECT…but I am ready to continue. Here’s a photo I took from the view from Moro Rock.  It was my first trip to Sequoia with two of my good friends, Stephanie and Kate. After huffing and puffing for 350 rough steps, we were rewarded with amazing views!

Cali Lovin’: Point Lobos State Natural Reserve

After leaving Pinnacles National Park, we headed towards Point Lobos.

Point Lobos (located in Monterey County) is an excellent place for nature lovers who want to relax with a nice stroll. The trails are mostly flat and easy to walk. They also have trails which are ADA accessible. As it is by the water, it was much cooler than Pinnacles, even a bit chilly at times.

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A mini-beach to frolic in at the reserve.

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Cali Lovin’: Pinnacles National Park

Over the Fourth of July weekend, my friends and I explored some of the lovely nature that California had to offer.

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Bear Gulch Reservoir

The first stop on our trip was to Pinnacles National Park. Pinnacles National Park is one of the less well-known national parks located in Central California. It was established as a national monument by President Teddy Roosevelt in 1908 and signed into law as a national park by President Obama in 2013. It is also known for its efforts to protect and conserve the California condor population, although we sadly didn’t spot one.  Continue reading