John & Anne Wiley

2010/10/17

New Shores

Just after passing Pt. Mugu NAS we enjoyed the colors and textures of the mud flats at Calleguas Creek where it empties into Mugu Lagoon and the blue Pacific.

 

2044 Calleguas Creek

2044 Calleguas Creek

 

Soon along Highway 1 (aka Pacific Coast Hwy) we started seeing first modest beach homes, and then mingling among them some more dramatic structures.

 

2067 Mingling Dwellings

2067 Mingling Dwellings

 

Click for the larger version  and check out the angular on the left next to mundane twin structures. A variety of expensive looking places, then at the right things get more plain again. Must make for an interesting diversity in the neighborhood.

Nicholas County Beach (aka Zeros), just past Leo Carrillo Campground, has an interesting set of structures recreating a Native American village of the Chumash People.

 

2082 Earlier Times?

2082 Earlier Times?

 

Just a few steps down the beach is a new castle going up, surrounded by more variety. It’s fascinating to see how differently people dream.

 

2085 Sand Castle

2085 Sand Castle

 

Tomorrow let’s try to reach Malibu, unless there are lots more intriguing buildings so good I have to share.

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