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Leo Carrillo Dog Beach

Owen enjoys the surf and sand at Leo Carrillo Leo Carrillo State Park, named after the actor and conservationist from the 1950s, is a fun place for all sorts of nature lovers. The state park is located off Highway 1 in Malibu and features hiking and camping. For those who are more sea-loving, there are… Continue reading Leo Carrillo Dog Beach

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The Many Green Spaces of Prague

An evening walk after gelato with a view of Prague Castle One of the many things that I enjoyed in my brief visit to the medieval city of Prague was how much greenery there was around the city. With all of its history and architecture as well as modern conveniences, there was also much space… Continue reading The Many Green Spaces of Prague

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A Walk Down Golden Lane: Prague Castle

A prominent sight in Prague 1 is Prague Castle situated at the top of a hill overlooking the Czech Republic's capital. It is the largest castle complex in the world at 70000 square meters (approximately 17.3 acres). It is a UNESCO heritage site, and has been in existence for over 1000 years. Today, the castle… Continue reading A Walk Down Golden Lane: Prague Castle

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Meadow or Field: Nature-Watching at Yosemite

According to nps.gov, a 'meadow is an ecosystem type composed of one or more plant communities dominated by herbaceous species. It supports plants that use surface water and/or shallow ground water.’ Meadows support many diverse species, and can be indicators of the health of the hydrology of a watershed. For example, Tuolumne Meadows, the large… Continue reading Meadow or Field: Nature-Watching at Yosemite

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Tioga Road Trails

Sami walking along Tenaya Lake off California 120 My favorite entrance to Yosemite National Park is consistently the eastern entrance, about 12 miles from Lee Vining on California 120, the Tioga Road. This road is in the High Sierra, and connects U.S. 395 to Yosemite National Park. The road continues west into the park and… Continue reading Tioga Road Trails