little getaways

I’m often bemoaning the fact that I want to live somewhere with trees and greenery, somewhere more natural than this city. The truth is though, we’re lucky to have lots of places to explore that just aren’t that far away. We went hiking this weekend and explored a magical trail, much like the woodsy adventures I dream of. So it isn’t exactly in our back yard, but hey, we don’t even have a back yard so I’ll take what I can get. I suppose excursions like this could make me appreciate Los Angeles enough to stay (for awhile anyway).

11 Responses to “little getaways”
  1. Shawn Bannon says:

    Wow! Beautiful. Your photos are so pretty.

  2. Erin says:

    What nice photos! That trail does look very magical!

  3. jacqueline says:

    A magical trail indeed! Such a good reminder that you don’t have to go far to get back to nature, but you do have to go out.

    • miss alix says:

      Yes, it does take a bit of self convincing to go out, even though I really enjoy it. It’s easy to get stuck indoors.

  4. Nick says:

    I don’t get out very much even though there are trails just a few blocks from my house! I joined this vegan hikers meetup to influence me to go hiking more often.

  5. Sara says:

    So, so, so beautiful!

  6. so pretty! which trail is this and are dogs allowed?

  7. Lauren says:

    Very beautiful! Would love to know which trail this is as well 🙂

    • miss alix says:

      i am not 100% sure on the name of this exact trail but we started at the Chantry flats and headed down into the canyon.

  8. Cortnie says:

    So so beautiful – I know there is a lot of nature close by yet it seems like something so lush and green wouldn’t be so near L.A. Amazing!


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