The name “Laumeier Sculpture Park” may seem familiar to some long-term readers…well this is because I visited the park already last fall! Tiff, Chad, and I took a quick look around the grounds because we were on a time-crunch. I liked the place so much that I wished to return again when the weather was nicer. Well, lucky […]
After a morning hike in Pfeiffer Big Sur State Park, we continued to drive south to our next destination, Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park. I discovered online that this park had a famous waterfall, McWay Walls. It showed up in nearly every related Google image search! As a result, Jiwon and I were inspired to go see it in person:
Now that we were in the heart of Big Sur, it was a must to visit Pfeiffer Big Sur State Park and take a close-up look at California’s infamous redwood trees. No joke, these things were GIGANTIC! I can only imagine how old they are?
By this point, we have finally reached Big Sur territory! After a quick picnic lunch, we explored Andrew Molera State Park. I really liked the trail that we took because it led us through various scenic landscapes and brought us up on a cliff from where we could admire the views. Follow along on our journey:
We made a quick stop in Garrapata State Park since we were going to pass through it anyway on the drive down from Point Lobos to Big Sur. On one side of the road was the ocean; on the other side were mountains. Man, where else could I find such a diverse land? Once again Californians, I’m […]
One thing about Austin that surprised me the most: the land was hilly and mountainous. Growing up in a city named after flat plains, I somehow thought that all of Texas was flat. This was not so, as Austin had a nice mountain called Mount Bonnell where people flock to watch the sunset.