Monthly Archives: January 2013

Beach and the Sea

Why are humans drawn to the sea? The beach is that transition of land and sea. Where life is full. Los Osos Valley of the Bear. It is just south of Morro Bay a small town full of kind people … Continue reading

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Solvang

Moving up the California coast at the Casita Pace. Drove almost 100 miles today. Heck! I can bike tour that far. But this gives time to stop and walk, smell the flowers, sit under a tree, do a little drawing. … Continue reading

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Heading West

Santa Barbara is rolling hills and you go west, but not into the sea. Beautiful hills and Los Padres National Forest. The campgrounds have many hosts and along Paradise Road there are many campgrounds. ¬†There are turkeys and crows. Trees … Continue reading

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California Coast

Spent time in Malibu and so calm to be near the ocean. Reconnected with old friends and made some new friends. Went for some bike rides with the sea breeze. Got some lessons in Indian Cooking. Now to find an … Continue reading

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Malibu, CA

Malibu, CA is a wonderful place with great weather and great beaches. This is a land where dolphins surf on the waves, you can see them suspended just before the wave breaks.

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Disneyland

Disneyland Land of fantasy. Land of hope. Land of anything is possible. This is a land that is not just for children. It is for people who dream and love and live.  

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Lessons

Yesterday I gave my first open air studio encaustic painting lesson. Amarjit is our friend Sunder’s mother-in-law. Along with her husband, Paramjit, she lives in India part of the year, and here in Malibu, CA with Sunder and family the … Continue reading

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