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Coronado Beach…

Seagull looks

…on a low-70s winter day.

I like the beach. Even better, I like it when there’s no one there. If you don’t mind near-total darkness, the hours between 2:30 and 5:30 a.m. are good candidates for having the beach to yourself. If you like sunlight with your surf and sand, however, pre-dawn is not such an ideal time.

I was pleasantly surprised, then, when Miss T and I hit the beach at Coronado last week. The sun was shining, the weather was a mild 71°, and there was hardly anyone there. Clearly, only birds, clam diggers, and the hardiest of individuals (including ourselves) are able to brave the extremes of a mild, San Diego winter.

Photographic evidence of the near-desertedness of Coronado Beach (which is on the landing approach to U.S. Naval Air Station North Island) are in the not-yet-complete San Diego photos pile on Picasa. Photos start here: Coronado Beach winter day.

T-45 trainer on approach

It’s not that cold, people!

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