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Exploring Newport Beach with Milo

As you may already know, I live in Newport Beach, California.

Milo and I live here on the Peninsula, directly across from a one block stretch of beach on the harbor side. 

While I thought that Milo and I had walked almost every inch of the Peninsula in the year and a half that we have lived here, I was pleasantly suprised the other day.

Milo found a new beach

We took an unusually long walk along the ocean walkway and on the way back we crossed Balboa Blvd. and Milo dragged me towards the tennis courts.

He seemed to know where he wanted to go and took me past the little park where the children were playing and soon we were behind a bunch of governmental looking buildings.

I thought this area was off limits but we soon were on a long stretch of beach that actually butted up right next to a boatyard right next to the American Legion hall on 15th street.

I’d never seen it from this perspective but it was quiet and apparently a well kept secret.

Mike Liebner

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  5. Amazing picture of Milo – so surreal. I lived in LA in the 80s, haven’t really had the itch to go back but you photo brings on a flood of good memories, almost something like being in one of John D. MacDonalds books, the series with Travis MaGee – Thanks.

    Comment by Bert — March 13, 2012 @ 4:46 pm

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