Skateboarding in Huntington Beach
Today we caught one of the rare, cloudy days in Southern California, but still had a lovely time skating along Huntington Beach. All these beach communities in Orange County have their own style and satisfy all stereotypes about California. Wide, long, sandy beaches with blue lifeguard stations, lots of surfers, people on roller skates in bikinis and so on. On a day like that you can still see all these things, but it is a different vibe without sunshine. It’s like clam chowder without the shellfish.
I can’t imagine how busy this parking lot must be on a sunny day.
We found lovely mosaics close to the Lifeguard Headquarters.
There are a few hundred fire pits for bonfires and lots of beach volleyball nets.
Take a walk down the pier, watch the surfers and have a bite or a drink with ocean view.
On the Huntington Beach Bike Trail you can ride from Sunset Beach in the North until Newport Beach in the South. It was great for skateboarding today, but I’m pretty sure it is a zoo in the summertime. Might be too busy for a pleasant skate or ride. Next time we’ll ride farther up North and check out Bolsa Chica Reserve.
At the end we found this amazing sand sculpture at the lobby of the Hyatt. It took seven days of work! Happy holidays!
Check out Jo’s Monday walks here.
This post is a part of a series called NaBloPoMo 2016 hosted by BlogHer. NaBloPoMo is short for National Blog Posting Month and it challenges writers and creatives to post on their blogs once a day (at least) for the month of November. You can find all my posts on my blogher page, too. Stay tuned!