Sunday, August 20, 2006

Zuma Beach

This was the beach that we went to most often when we lived in Pasadena. And it was beautifully welcoming to us...especially the first day. The second day we went was rougher, but still beautiful and meditative. We saw a pod of killer whales out there, too. At one point, there was one only about 50 feet from where Jeff was floating.



Maggie had a lot of fun, too. She focused on making sand castles and rivers. The waves kind of intimidated her. You can tell in her heart of hearts, she is a California girl. Only Nevada girls are better!

"Maggie, those big things behind you...those are hills."





Jeff and Chris in the water. Doesn't it just soothe your soul to look at it? Posted by Picasa





4 comments:

Deedle said...

The pictures are great! How beautiful! I hope to get a chance to spend time on a beach out there someday. I'm so glad you all had a good time.

Favorite Apron said...

That water is such a pretty blue. I've never seen the Pacific.
Where are floating disposable diapers? Where are the people pooping their dogs on the beach?
Maybe you should repost these in February.

Rebellious Pastor's Wife said...

And it was that blue, too! From what I hear, its colder than the Atlantic, but it wasn't too cold!

Jane said...

It looks wonderful! Although I am a Hoosier to the bone I get my beach cravings that must be served at least bi-annually or I get really cranky.

Beach time is just a few months away!!