Outdoors

  • Ready for a La Jolla Natural Park hike? Here’s the inside scoop!

    Ready for a La Jolla Natural Park hike? Here’s the inside scoop!

    The horizon ascends to meet your eye and the ocean, expanding, kisses the sky. The rooftops shrink smaller as the summit draws near while the coastline widens from Bird Rock to the pier. Though the cliffs are initially all you can see, the hilltop draws back and reveals the buildings are rust and...

  • Free for the Taking: La Jollan offers Cove swim tutorials

    Free for the Taking: La Jollan offers Cove swim tutorials

    When Adriana Issakov opened La Jolla Swim and Sport at 1008 Torrey Pines Road in March 2014, she completed the décor by hanging a sign out front. It read: Free Guided Cove Swims. “It’s remarkable what has happened since I hung that silly sign,” she said. “The response has been amazing and has...

  • Barber Tract neighbors kick off Fourth of July with parade in La Jolla

    Barber Tract neighbors kick off Fourth of July with parade in La Jolla

    La Jolla’s Barber Tract residents kicked off the morning of Fourth of July by filling the streets with red, white and blue, when residents came out en masse to partake in the annual parade. Residents walked up and down the Barber Tract streets in their Independence Day finest, greeting neighbors...

  • LOLA supporters linkup to clean La Jolla beaches

    LOLA supporters linkup to clean La Jolla beaches

    Twenty-seven supporters of Limited Off-Leash Access at the Beach (LOLA), ages 3-78, assembled to clean South Casa, Cuvier and other La Jolla beaches as part of the California Coastal Commission’s Adopt-A-Beach program Saturday, June 20. The program permits people to adopt a beach by committing...

  • A Gracious Host: La Jollan plants milkweed for monarch butterflies

    A Gracious Host: La Jollan plants milkweed for monarch butterflies

    In an effort to attract and provide a breeding place for the fiery-colored monarch butterfly, La Jollan Mary Ellen Morgan has dedicated a part of her garden to planting milkweed. Considered a “host plant” for the monarchs, milkweed provides a place for monarch caterpillars to grow and thrive before...

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