Day 2 of 5 of the #FiveDayBlackAndWhiteChallenge.
Some photos from yesterday’s fire that started at El Camino/Poinsettia, very close to our work. In a span of one hour, we watched the fire move west towards the I5 due to the Santa Ana winds.
(First sign of fire behind work)
(Got the announcement to evacuate and go home)
(Surrounding traffic as people were being evacuated)
(Fire moving west)
If you live in Carlsbad and walked along Carlsbad State beach, you have likely seen his work before. You can’t help but admire the formations and makes you wonder where his inspiration comes from. Where ever it comes from, it’s people like Larry that make this world a more beautiful place.
You can see more of his work on Instagram, username: Therockwhispers
On Saturday, I did a short fun ride with some co-workers. The ride was about a 19 mile loop from Mance Buchanon park to Oceanside Harbor and back on the San Luis Rey River Trail.
The San Luis Rey River Trail is 7.2 miles between Neptune Way on the west end and the College Bridge on the west end. The trail follows the course of the San Luis Rey River and is mostly flat. It’s a local favorite among cyclists, walkers and inline skaters.
Afterwards, we had a little BBQ at one of my co-workers house where I spent most of my day eating and drinking with good company. It was a nice way to spend the day.
Sunday was more of the same as I did pretty much nothing except for watching The Masters on TV and then the new Captain America movie. Too bad the weekend had to end.