|Mission Bay RV Resort entrance
|Our walk - the first evening.
|Just before sunset.
We're on Pacific Time here.
|This photo is taken from across the bay. Our campground is on the left side of the picture.
The walkway runs along the length of coast to the right.
|He lives dangerously.
Oh no! Don't jump!
|Having a really bad hair day!
Should have had my hat here.
At Point Loma we continued our drive along the scenic route until the roadway took us up a steep hill into a residential neighborhood. From a cul-de-sac we snapped a few nice shots.
|Surfers are everywhere as are bicyclist, rollerbladers, skateboarders,
volleyball players, runners, hang-gliders, etc!
|Another beautiful view of the Pacific!
This one from a local park.
|Views of San Diego City are found from many of the neighborhood hillsides.
Here you can see the city, through the smoggy haze in the distance.
|This national cemetery is really more impressive than Arlington, we think.
It covers both sides of the strand, is beautifully groomed and the views are beautiful.
|This view looks back to the Naval Base and the city.
(Note the smoggy haze over the city again)
|I think Rosecrans National Cemetery land plots are all taken as there seems to be no more space on the ground.
The Columarium (the wall covered with plaques) apparently contain ashes of the deceased, but I'm not sure.
|The drive down to see the Tidepools.
|Wayne "on the rocks" if you please.
|At high tide, the area where I'm standing is completely covered by the ocean.
While the tide is low the air here is hot and muggy down here.
|Another view of the mountains, the water an the city, shrouded in that awful polution haze.
|Fortunate enough to see a military ship at this stop
|No wonder everybody loves San Diego
|Another "photo shoot" for Lexie and me.
|The day's last photo.