Weeping Rock in Zion National Park

Named for the continuous water that “weeps” out of the alcove, Weeping Rock has enough moisture to sustain a lush hanging garden. The weeping is caused by an impermeable shale in the canyon walls that prevents water from absorbing into the ground and forces it to find a place it can penetrate, such as at Weeping […]

Picnic at Sunset Cliffs, San Diego

On Heidi’s last night in San Diego (Trey and I stayed a couple more days) we headed down to Sunset Cliffs for a picnic on the beach with Erin’s family. We spent just about every evening at the beach during our time in San Diego. Though the water was again too cold for swimming, the […]

La Jolla Cove, San Diego, CA

The first beach uncle Erin took Trey to was La Jolla Cove. When we first arrived the ocean was gray and the sky was foggy. After an hour of fun we suddenly realized that things had slowly turned to an amazing shade of blue. Trey’s first Pacific Ocean experience was a bit of shock – […]