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Big Tujunga Hikes: Trail Canyon Falls

A few weeks ago, after staying indoors thanks to the weather and school schedules , we were looking for a new adventure. So we attempted a new trail. We looked for a nice waterfall hike, one that would be dog-friendly and that would be relatively easy to get to from home. Google came back with… Continue reading Big Tujunga Hikes: Trail Canyon Falls

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Some Bunny to Love: Welcome Henry James

If you had asked me at the start of 2020 whether we’d ever get a rabbit, I probably would have said no way. Even though we had a rabbit cage that Jacob had purchased in hopes of getting a rabbit sitting in a box inside our garage. Jacob was supposed to return the cage, but… Continue reading Some Bunny to Love: Welcome Henry James

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Hiking the Angeles: Mt. Baldy

Also officially known as Mt. San Antonio Mt. San Antonio, affectionately known as Mt. Baldy, is located in the Angeles National Forest and at 10064 feet above sea level is the highest peak in Los Angeles County. This famous feature is typically snow-capped from about December-April and is known for its skiing as well as… Continue reading Hiking the Angeles: Mt. Baldy

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San Gabriel Valley Resource List

As we continue our slow emergence from a global pandemic, life is beginning to feel more like normal. Schools across Southern California have returned to some form of in-person instruction, and we are now looking forward to graduations and other end-of-the-year celebrations. While these events are greatly modified from the parties of years past, at… Continue reading San Gabriel Valley Resource List

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Urban Birding: The Sepulveda Basin

If you live in the Greater Los Angeles area and you really love to watch birds, you need not go far for some fun birding. In addition to the Los Angeles County Arboretum in Arcadia, famous for its many peacocks, and the serene Huntington Library in San Marino, as well as the multitude of urban… Continue reading Urban Birding: The Sepulveda Basin