|Parking was difficult. Surfer after surfer were quickly occupying the available parking spots.|
|Not sure about this art work combo of boats, canoes, surfboards.......! Is it art?|
A brief video showing the seaside surf, off the cliff side in La Jolla.
|We never tire from looking out to sea and walking along the pounding surf.|
|Even the wildlife are enjoying the rocks and waters behind the breakwater.|
|Oceanside road below the city centre in La Jolla.|
|This well fed squirrel has a great view from his cliff-side home.|
What would a trip to La Jolla be without taking the few minutes to drive a bit further north to the famous PGA (Pro Golf Association) rated Torrey Pines Golf and Country Club? I had to take Jeanette to see this place. I had been here once before, some ten years or so ago.
|Driving along Torrey Pines Drive.|
|A lot of history here.|
|Jeanette is checking out the breezy and cool South Course - the PGA rated one.|
We chose to sit outdoors at the clubhouse and enjoy lunch while watching golfers Tee off on the No. 1 hole, South Course. We were pleasantly surprised by the very reasonable lunch prices on the menu.
I did take several photos of those famous golfers who are recorded on plaques that grace the Walk of Fame here. I offer one for those blogger golfers who would be interested.
|Famous South African PGA Golfer - now retired and living in Florida. He was the Buick Invitational Champion in 1963.|
And that ends our couple of days here in the San Diego area. Having toured the famous San Diego Zoo and Sea World on previous visits, we enjoyed our time touring other areas of interest.
The cleanliness of this seaside reminds us of our seaside city of Vancouver, BC. It is nice to witness the contrast offered by both world-class cities.
We point our rig east bound today to our next destination; Yuma, AZ.
Thanks for dropping by.