The kids and I go in to Laguna a lot because the beaches are just right there. No climbing up and down giant hills or stairs. But this is my coast line. Dana Point....even if I have to climb up a steep hill a mile long 🌊🌊🌊🌊🌊🌊🌊
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All of the earths 16 hottest years in NASAs 134 year records have occured since 2000. Global warming occurs when CO2 gases, greenhouse gases and other air pollutants collect in the atmosphere and absorb sunlight and solar radiation that have bounced off the earths surface. This radiation normally escapes into space, but these pollutants which last for years to centuries trap the heat in the atmosphere and cause the planet to get hotter. This is known as the greenhouse effect. So scientists are agreeing the earths rise in temperature are feuling longer and hotter heat waves, more frequent droughts, heavier rainfall and more powerful hurricanes. Even the oceans temperature is getting warmer which dictates consequences such as tropical storms picking up more energy and being more destructive. As to the constant debate around whether global warming is real or not. I personally believe that the scientists studying this are in a better position to make a claim as they are experts in the field. That being said being right or wrong is never the point with topic of discussion, and what really matters here is that things do need to change drastically regarding our human behaviour in the world. Because to me there is no doubt that we are responsible for the possibility of global warming and all other societal and environmental issues to date. Everything comes back to us as individuals and how much we understand ourselves. Furthermore the consequential behaviours we project into reality in line with our varying levels of self understanding.
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"And as promised here is the second half of my #backysunday compilation from last weekend! Thanks @chopshopco for cutting this together and to my sponsors for supporting my backy adventures. Won’t be long now until we’re back on the slopes for some backy shenanigans!"
A beautiful day for a stroll through my hood. #poudrerivertrail#urbanhike
The Poudre River Trail is 21 miles of a well maintained paved pathway. The Poudre River Trail is divided into 13 sections, each named with a historical or geological reference. The trail also presents a majestic panoramic view of the Rockies in the distance on the Western Horizon, the escarpment created by the Poudre River at the Fox Hills Formation, a view of the Colorado Piedmont formation, and of the river's oxbow lakes. Adjacent to the trail there is also a natural aquifer seepage, which creates a natural artesian well. This well was once used as a water source for nearby residents. The seepage can still be seen today, delineated by a rich growth of plant material.
Poudre River Trail
8.00 miles in 2 hours 42 minutes
Elevation gain: 52 feet
Goal: 318.25/250 miles