I’m moving to Texas! And it isn’t an April fools joke. Actually, I have been in Austin for three nights and two days.
The crazy part is that I moved here without ever visiting the city, let alone the state of Texas. The only other time I can think I did something as spontaneous was when my family and I decided to move to San Diego from Mexico City. One day we packed our bags, jumped on a plane and moved.
I spent 14 years in sunny San Diego. It is hard to say goodbye to great weather, beautiful beaches, and above all my family, my boyfriend & my dog, but sometimes you just have to take a risk and follow your dreams, or in this case a dream job?…well I can update you on that one once I start working.
Will I become an Austinite, or will I forever be a San Diegan?
I’m exhausted, dusted in dirt, possibly dehydrated, and my wobbly knees gave in, this after my three-hour hike to the top of Iron Mountain in the city of Poway. Lately, I’m trying to rediscover what makes San Diego County great.
Even though I don’t like running or hiking, I found out that the trail system in the city of Poway is one of the finest in Southern California.
Multi-use trails allow bicyclists, hikers, walkers, and horseback riders to mingle along the 6.5 mile trip to the Iron Mountain Peak Trail. The 2,696 -foot peak allows hikers to touch the sky, and I feel like I’m on top of the world!
Once at the summit, breathtaking panoramic views of San Diego County make the trip well worth it!