Do you want the whole list or top 5? OK, top 5:
2. Lying on a grass (sleeping - awaking - eating - drinking - sleeping again, add trips to a restroom),
3. Playing/training (baseball, frisbee - don't they like badminton?),
5. Censored by VT (it's a family page :-).
Don't try to guess what we (Ursula and I) did or wanted to do there, please remember: it's a family page :-).
Del Mar PARK DRESS CODE:
No special dress code, but reffering to shoes there are 3 groups:
1. BARE FEET fans,
2. SHOES fans (large subgroup of trainer fans)
3. SOCKS fans (small minority in Del Mar, please respect their laws and let them survive).
Which group are you going to join? I joined 1st one.
It looks like you can't do too much in Del Mar without being written up for an expensive fine. As you could read in my Warning Or Dangers tips there are numerous things not allowed by local law in Del Mar.
The citizens of Del Mar do it for themselves - no doubts about it but... hmm... do they do it for visitors as well or maybe rather against them?
And just my 3 first questions:
1. am I allowed to breathe deeply between midnight and 6am in weekends in Del Mar?
2. am I allowed to wear socks longer than 10 inches in sunny days in public places?
3. am I allowed to walk with over twice younger women if she is not my daughter in a public place after sunset in Del Mar?
ANY REPLIES very appreciated :-)))
by LINDA (lmkluque):
1. Only if you are sleeping,
2. Only if you are prepared to be laughed at,
3. Let’s see, you are how old? Well, if you are older than 36 years then the answer is yes. If you are between 15 and 35 the answer is NO!
Because of its proximity to city, Torrey Pines State Park is often packed. But many thanks to the erosion, I had the chance to hike on trails less interrupted by human. I saw traces of animals and the food they left behind. The photo shows possibly a cactus fruit, size of a golf ball, cracked open. The juicy part inside had been consumed, not sure by birds or by lizards.