A tribute to San Diego

We left San Diego last Friday. I didn’t really dwell on saying goodbye to it as a place since I was caught up in the details of moving. On our last morning there, at the forefront of my mind was keeping the cat as comfortable as possible (he threw up about three times on our flights–it was gross) and keeping the tot from wreaking too much havoc. He’s flown a fair bit for a two-year-old…this was his 20th flight already. And I experienced both my best moments flying with him (he slept the entire duration of our second leg after we took off) and the worst (before we took off on that leg, he was kicking the seat in front of him and then screaming at the top of his lungs when I held his legs down–it was a very long ten minutes).

But now that we are on solid ground with some time to relax at my mom’s house in Dallas, I’ve had a chance to think about all the places and sights I am going to miss in and around San Diego. It is an amazing place.

Palm trees in our neighborhood

Sunrise from the park

A few shots of the beach in our neighborhood, Ocean Beach, all taken after sunset on different days

The road up to the mountain town of Julian

Outside of Julian

Winery, Temecula, CA

Joshua Tree National Park

Moonrise in Joshua Tree NP

The Flower Fields in Carlsbad

San Diego waterfront

Point Loma Tidepools near high tide

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