One of the great things about San Diego is that there are so many ways to get around:
Those are just a few. Obviously there’s the ubiquitous car, motorcycle, and bus, too. So yesterday I traveled 11.1 miles and today another 15.1 miles, all on this:
Yesterday’s ride was west, to the beach, specifically the end of the San Diego jetty where the San Diego River meets the Pacific Ocean and where a colony of fine, furry, four-legged felines live:
Today’s ride was east, into the boondocks, where the wildlife is a little more wild:
Of course I have billions and billions and billions of pictures, but you’ll just have to wait because I am sore, sore, sore, needing a good soaking in the hot tub with a margarita close at hand.
And then, get this, the glutton for punishment that I am, I’m going on an 8-mile hike out in the boondocks tomorrow with the San Diego Urban Explorers, urbanites who explore the boondocks, not people who explore urbanity like you might think. Our goal tomorrow is to get to Lake Morena where, rumor has it (and in this case I discovered that the rumor is true), there are caves. Yahooo! Who knew there were caves in the San Diego County boondocks?!!
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