Sunday, June 29, 2014


Grover Beach, California is home to an old growth eucalyptus forest.  Every spring, Monarch Butterflies return to lay their eggs and hatch the next generation.  The tree tops are filled with the most glorious orange wings.  Stunning!  If you are ever traveling down the central California coast in early spring, stop in to check it out.  Volunteers are often there with their telescopes to help the public catch a closer look.  What a treat!

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