From the bloggers at Travel with Kevin and Ruth.
What we learned yesterday is that the greater Los Angeles area is full of contrasts. They say that the area contains about 18.5 million people, and they must all own cars. And it seems that everybody is driving them all at the same time. There certainly is lots of traffic.
But while the traffic is hard to get away from, there are a lot of places in the greater metro area where you really do seem to be away from it even though it’s always very close by.
Yesterday, Mike and Tamara took us to do a long hike on the Pacific Ridge, a network of trails near Newport Beach and Crystal Cove State Park.
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