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at the edge of the world

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One of my favorite locations by far is the rugged and remote coastline of Northern San Diego County. It’s a risk to take families there because it is so rocky but this family fit right in in their surroundings and added a spark of life to the otherwise parched landscape. In spite of the beach being completely covered with large rocks and the pounding surf surging ever closer to their adventurous kids, they were along for the ride. It was a gorgeous evening and even though we couldn’t get in the water as I had hoped, we all enjoyed a great escape to the last bit of wilds in SoCal.