Yesterday, Briefcase, PR, and I made a quick trip to San Diego.
Our goal was to tour a few of the San Diego colleges.
We got a late start and ended up only seeing San Diego State University (SDSU).
(I also HAD to stop by and see the seals in La Jolla. I haven’t visited them in awhile and I really needed to.)
San Diego is only an hour south, so it’s okay we didn’t get everything done.
It’s easy (and will be fun) to make return trips.
Photo: San Diego State University
It was a beautiful day.
Temperatures were in the 80’s. We got a little sunburned walking around campus.
I didn’t take many photos since we were busy investigating the beautiful campus.
I haven’t been on the SDSU campus in years and I was very impressed.
I’ve decided I want to go back to college.
Is that okay?
Can I go live on the SDSU campus for four years?
Photo: The ceiling of Love Library, SDSU
I couldn’t resist snapping a quick shot of the library ceiling. I think I might need to make a return trip to the campus just for photography purposes.
Oh, what I could DO if I had a few minutes and my 14 mm lens – ha!!
(Yes, that really IS how my brain works!)
After a couple hours of wishing I was seventeen (and headed off to college) again, we started the return trip home.
And by that, I mean we drove a short distance to La Jolla.
Photo: La Jolla View
La Jolla is similar to Laguna in many ways.
(You need forty bazillion dollars to live in either place, beautiful bluffs on the beach, the rocky coast, etc.)
Not long ago, I shared a photo of the California Sea Lions in San Francisco.
A lot of people get confused between California Sea Lions and Seals … they’re different animals. If you haven’t grown up with both it can be very confusing.
La Jolla has (mainly) seals, including this adorable BABY seal:
Photo: Seals on a rock – and a baby seal!
It’s always very entertaining to watch the seals swim and play.
PR and I were particularly entertained with the interaction between the baby pictured above and his/her mom.
Photo: La Jolla
La Jolla was a beautiful place to end a long holiday weekend.
Photo: Pelican soaring
It’s back to reality.