|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.|