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The two RV Gypsies enjoyed the beauty of
Sunset Cliffs Natural Park on a sunny, windy day
in San Diego, California
May 21, 2015

Sunset Cliffs Natural Park sign
the two RV Gypsies at Sunset Cliffs Natural Park

Sunset Cliffs Natural Park is a 68-acre city park adjacent to the Pacific Ocean on the western edge of Point Loma. It includes the entire strip of land immediately adjacent to the ocean, between the water and Sunset Cliffs Boulevard, as well as a larger area of undeveloped park and nature preserve on the south side of the area. It was dedicated in 1983. This coastal strip is connected to the 640-acre Point Loma Reserve. The park includes carved coastal bluffs, arches and sea caves.

From the cliffs, the California Gray Whale might be seen migrating annually from the Bering Sea to Baja California. (The two RV Gypsies did not see any whales) The park is a popular place to view the sunset, hence the name. Unfortunately, the two RV Gypsies were unable to stay here long enough to see a sunset.

The cliff side trails are popular for walking and for watching the sunset, but are undeveloped and can be dangerous. Falls from the cliffs have resulted in deaths and injuries.

NOTE: Right after being here, the two RV Gypsies heard on the television news that a 53 year-old lady fell from this cliff but she was rescued and is okay.

Sunset Cliffs Natural Park
Sunset Cliffs Natural Park
Lee Duquette at Sunset Cliffs Natural Park
Karen Duquette at Sunset Cliffs Natural Park

Although the two RV Gypsies enjoyed this beautiful area, they were under the impression that it was a much bigger area, so in that respect, they were a bit disappointed, but even so, they were very glad that they got to immerse their eyes on such a beautiful piece of nature.

Sunset Cliffs Natural Park
Sunset Cliffs Natural Park
Sunset Cliffs Natural Park
Sunset Cliffs Natural Park
Sunset Cliffs Natural Park
Sunset Cliffs Natural Park
Sunset Cliffs Natural Park

Below, a big piece of a wall previously fell and now rests below the cliffs. Karen Duquette climbed up a small dirt hill away from the cliffs to check out the view.

Sunset Cliffs Natural Park
Karen Duquette climbing a hill

The main street of the area is Sunset Cliffs Boulevard. The neighborhood is almost entirely residential, with curved contour-following streets and custom homes. The two RV Gypsies liked the painted wall that surrounds the house shown below.

painted wall
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Menu for the two RV Gypsies in California. You may view these 4 sections in any order you choose. There is also a link to Oregon at the bottom of this page.

You do not have to return here to continue from page to page because there is a link at the bottom of each page for further navigation.

Section 1 of 4: San Diego

Entering the state of California

Mount Helix Park

USS Midway (CV-41)
and several memorials

A National Salute to Bob Hope
and The Military

Unconditional Surrender Statues (FL 2013 & CA 2015)

Artwork - "Our Silences"

Beaches in San Diego

Balboa Park

Sunset Cliffs Natural Park

San Diego Botanical Gardens

Cabrillo National Monument

Pio Pico Thousand Trails

Hotels

Section 2 of 4: Los Angeles County

Fairflex Los Angeles KOA in Pomona

Mt. Baldy Park

Los Angles County Arboretum and Botanic Garden

Section 3 of 4: San Francisco

Fisherman's Wharf and the seals

Lombard - The zig-zag street

Golden Gate Bridge - 2009 and 2015

Eureka KOA

Section 4 of 4: The Redwoods - Giant trees & more

Willits - Gateway to the Redwoods

Travel photos and some elk

Avenue of the Giants

The Drive Thru Tree #1

The Drive Thru Tree #2

Beach at Redwood National Park

Trees of Mystery - page 1

Aerial Tram at Trees of Mystery

Tall Tale trail at Trees of Mystery

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Florence, Oregon: a dune buggy ride, Devils Churn, Yaquina Bay Lighthouse and more.