Are you interested in San Diego’s maritime heritage? If so, please join us for a stroll down the Embarcadero for this month’s Dusty Socks Club hike. Meet at “The Kiss” statue south of the USS Midway at 3 PM Saturday, 18 October 2014, and join us for a leisurely stroll to Seaport Village and to the Maritime Museum. Learn about maritime history of San Diego and some interesting stories … Continue reading Dusty Socks Club: Maritime Heritage Walk
Make sure you check out all that’s happening in the park–and outside of it–in the next week or so. Today there’s one of the first great low tides of the new tidepool season at 3:50 PM, with a low tide of -0.4 feet. Be sure to check out the tidepools and our new link to the tide calendars on the menu above (also found in … Continue reading Activities Galore!
The Move to Improve Challenge 2014, Saturday, August 9, 2014 10am-4pm, is a dynamic sustainable celebration to promote the individual and collective health and wellness within our communities in San Diego. “In every deliberation, we must consider the impact on the seventh generation… even if it requires having skin as thick as the bark of a pine.” – This is an often repeated saying, and … Continue reading Move to Improve Challenge
To the Crew, Good views up at Cabrillo. Reptiles are on the move so you have chances to appreciate their iridescence. We had the pleasure of observing a rattlesnake eat a lizard outside the break room last week. Be aware of their presence when you are out and about the Park. Hope you are all having fun “Going Wild” during National Parks Week. I am … Continue reading Lord What Fools These Mortals Be!
Friends of Cabrillo, Hope all is well in your worlds. Plants are starting to come up and and hopefully we will have some flowers in the next couple of months. Some updates below…..for your eyes. Special Events Meeting, 1:30pm March 19th If you are interested in attending come on out. Some things to talk about; Parks and Open Spaces Day and Healthy and Sustainable Parks … Continue reading Hard Cider and Applejack
Hello Friends, I hope you all had a fantastic Pacific storm experience. Wasn’t as epic as storms I remember from my youth but we still have a couple months to go yet. Thanks to the volunteers who came out for tidepool shifts/monitoring; I saw you interact with visitors and dance in the rain. Now, the Sun is shining, the weather is sweet. Another tome for … Continue reading The Old Man and the Polydactyl Cat