Continuing our drive around the Palos Verdes peninsula we drove over Portuguese Bend, an active landslide, much to Rob’s delight. He found this completely fascinating. After viewing the huge scarp of the landslide from the road (way too large to photograph) we drove over the part of the landside where the road was constructed, and reconstructed, and reconstructed, etc, etc – you get the idea! The road crews were onsite doing continual repairs to the most twisted and damaged sections of road Rob has ever seen.
We made a stop at the beautiful Wayfarer’s Chapel, designed by none other than Frank Lloyd Wright. The spot was so beautiful and serene perched on top of the hill overlooking the grand Pacific. How far we felt from the crowded city.
Rob and I have determined that if we ever were to live in the Los Angeles area, Palos Verdes would be the area we’d want our home. All we need is about $5 million +. No biggie.
See that cliff down there? That’s our next stop, Abalone Cove.