Salt Creek Beach Park and Board n' Brew

I've been trying to get out of Redlands more and do some exploring around California because I'll be taking off in one short month and won't have any idea when I'll be back! My boyfriend and I decided to make a little day trip out of heading up the coast and checking out a new beach we haven't seen before. I really do think that us Californians become desensitized to the beauty around us, similarly to how anyone living in a beautiful location doesn't appreciate what it has to offer because they're so used to it. Of all the beaches I've been to, Laguna truly does have some of the most beautiful. 

Board n' Brew

If you live in the San Diego area, then you've probably heard of Board n' Brew. If you haven't, then you are missing a key component of life. Just kidding, but their sandwiches are one of the best things on earth, thanks mostly to their secret sauce. I wish I could tell you what's in it, but all I know is it's slightly tangy, slightly sweet and completely to die for. Anyway, whenever I make a trip anywhere close to the coast, I have to get a Board n' Brew sandwich, which is where we started out in the Laguna Miguel location. 

 

Salt Creek Beach Park

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This beach is hands down one of the prettiest I've been to, especially in the area. You start out by getting a gorgeous landscape view of the water and have to go down hundreds of steps to get to the bottom. In my mind, a perfect beach has flawless white sand. You'd be surprised how many otherwise lovely beaches are scattered with twigs and seaweed and even debris, but Salt Creek was otherworldly in its pristine nature. Some rocks stick out towards the shore, but it added to the aesthetic. 

We took our time exploring the rocks and the beach, listening to music, laughing and really just feeling like kids again. If you let it, the beach really can take over your senses.  

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How cute is this little guy? I named him Hubert before he dipped.

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I've been trying out Suja Juice's line of probiotic waters, and pressed organic juices and so far have been so happy with them. The waters are super subtle, but have just enough flavor to be absolutely delicious! This one is my favorite so far--Pineapple, Cayenne, and Lemon. It has probiotics too, which means its good for the tummy. The juices are also amazing--100% natural, no sugar added and are so good. 

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Until next time Laguna ☮ ✌