Ξ May 2nd, 2009 | → 0 Comments | ∇ beach, family, fun activity, marine/marina, nature, opinion, personal, Photography, spring, Travel/Vacation, United States |
On our recent trip to Disneyland, despite it being early spring and the Pacific Ocean waters too cold to swim in we booked one night in a room on Laguna Beach. We like to snorkel but since there really wasn’t time, not to mention fundage, I plotted out where the best tide pools might be. Laguna Beach has plenty of them, especially in the vicinity of Fisherman’s Cove. Lowest tides occur very early in the day so we set out in the morning with the payoff shown in the photos. We were exhausted from 4 days and nights at Disneyland, time crunched with having to check out of the hotel, and we had catch a plane home so I would definitively stay in Laguna Beach again later in the season so I could take full advantage of all it has to offer.
The people of Laguna Beach are quite protective of their environs but the result appears to be a wealth of natural wonders that I’d not ever seen in the Orange County area.