Point Mugu State Park Malibu, CA

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The name is believed to be derived from the Chumash Indian term “Muwu”, meaning “beach”, which was first mentioned by Cabrillo in his journals in 1542.

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I could have stayed all day, perched on the flat rock, perfect for sitting, gazing at the shoreline, watching the waves crash, the pelicans fly by and the wind move the trees. Very peaceful and picturesque. Makes me feel more in tune with the magnitudes of life. So when ever I may need a spiritual lift, this place called the beach, makes everything seem so much brighter.

Magu Lagoon Estuary
Magu Lagoon Estuary

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Soo
Soo

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You never know what you’ll find on the shoreline. Beautiful rocks, seaweed or possibly the elusive shell. Used to find them by the dozens when I was a kid, not so much anymore.

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Top of the rock here, quite the view.

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2 Comment

  1. Soo says: Reply

    Lovely sand, rocks, and sea.

    1. Maggie says: Reply

      Yes it was so beautiful there!

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