California’s Sespe Wilderness

Tyson and Jen have been keeping me busy here in Thousand Oaks, California. I’ve been out hiking every day and enjoying “summer,” or at least what would be summer in the Pacific Northwest, even though it’s cooler than usual here.

Our first trip was to Sespe Wilderness in Los Padres National Forest. There weren’t many birds to be seen, but the rock structures were quite striking.

Climbers on Rocks

I was rather shocked to find several Indian Paintbrush, a plant quite common in the Columbia Gorge and Mt. Hood, but not one I would have expected here.

Indian Paint Brush

Of course, the best part of the day was simply getting out and hiking with this part of the family.

Tyson and Family.

7 thoughts on “California’s Sespe Wilderness”

  1. loren! you lucky boy! that looks beautiful there – and really warm too. i loved the picture of the indian paintbrush. i sure hope you pop more pictures from your trip up here!

  2. We can feel the heat in through the photos. Some mixed rain and snow here yesterday. Bring it back with you. kjm

  3. That explains a lot, jeff. Though I suspect the town has changed considerably since you lived there.

    We stopped at the local organic grocery and restaurant for dinner.

    It is great to get a taste of summer while here.

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