SoCal is good for whatever you need!

Adventure and our tandem await us as we prepare to board a Delta flight to John Wayne Airport in Orange County, California.

 

Last year, at the beginning of March we embarked on our coast to coast adventure, riding from San Diego to St. Augustine. This year things are a little more laid back for us. We spent four days in Chicago before heading west for a month of riding and relaxing.

We are in our routine, enjoying the sunsets (when available) and the terrific riding. Roger has been changing up some of our routes, always improving them.

There has been some rain, and some cool and cloudy weather, but we’ve only been rained out of one ride day. The long range forecast is looking terrific with temps back around 70 and lots of sunshine coming our way.

At Bill Barber park, our favorite rest stop in Irvine

On a very clear day, on the Pacific Coast Highway, heading south from Seal Beach

What can you do when the Macaron is a match for Revlon 220? Eat it of course!

The best views are from Crystal Cove State Park

Even our tandem looks great at Crystal Cove

Several of our sunsets have been socked in with clouds

We have to admit that while we were celebrating our Anniversary in Chicago, we put on a few pounds. We are trying to get back in shape, so we have tried to curtail the donut consumption.
The first week we split this tiny donut…

I confess it just wasn’t satisfying.
Now THIS is a donut!

I close with a pic of a beautiful sunrise from last week.

I took this from the rooftop of our house.

Coming up, we are working on a special feature about the famous Mariner Mile in Newport Beach, so stay tuned for that!

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