In January, Shelby and I drove down to Palos Verdes with the intention of visiting the ruins of a 1960’s shipwreck on the beach. As with many of our adventures, we couldn’t find the thing that we were looking for, but we had a good time anyways. We hiked down a trail next to an enormous drain pipe and then explored the tide pools of this beautiful Palos Verdes beach.
Palos Verdes is just a ridiculously good looking place. We had to pull off the road to take in that view. WOULD YA LOOK AT THAT?
It rained a lot in California this past winter, so for once in our lives all the grass was green and beautiful. It had been a long ass time since I walked around in green grass. I was SHOOK.
By the way, YES I DO STILL HAVE MY FLAMINGO BACKPACK. This puppy has a 30 year warranty and I have like 27 years left on it. He’s going all over the world.
I believe Shelby was filming a Facebook Live video here…
Look at the green on the hill! It’s only been a few months, but the green is sadly already gone.
The rocks were difficult to walk on, but it was a beautiful place to watch the sunset. I also saw a sea anemone which made my day.
The water was super still and reflective that day. Honestly, I felt like the ocean looked fake. Like an ocean in a video game or something.
We were laughing here, recalling how only a few short years ago, January meant Ohio winters with their bone-chilling cold and snow storms. Hahaha! (Sorry Mom)
Have you ever been to a Palos Verdes Beach? Can you please explain to me how you actually get to the shipwreck?