You stroll on them to gain an unhindered vista of the shore. You fish from them, but most times all you catch is a cold. Sometimes you even jump off of them. Hard to believe that over the years at least seven piers jutted from Laguna’s coastline, all gone and some forgotten but an integral part of our history and landscape.
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Down to Earth In May of 1971 I had just graduated with a master’s in landscape architecture from the University of Michigan. I made my way west in the white 1964 Ford Fairlane my dad had given me to take to graduate school. He was happy to be rid of it because it was gutless […]
For the month of July, OC Parks will host a variety of events at the Laguna Coast Wilderness Park, Salt Creek Beach, Caspers Wilderness Park, Nix Nature Center, Peter & Mary Muth Interpretive Center, Orange County Zoo, Irvine Regional Park, and Aliso Beach. From hikes that explore the biodiversity of Southern California’s nature preserves to […]