Southern California isn’t just another place to live, its a lifestyle. Bonfires on the beach, good music on the radio, roasting s’mores over the fire, and a few good friends, any time out of the year. That’s what it’s all about. Sure we get loads of traffic, smog like you wouldn’t believe, over crowded neighborhoods, uber liberal politics, and morons who don’t know how to drive in the rain. Until you’ve lived here though, visiting for a few days can only give a glimpse into what it’s really all about. We have miles upon miles of publicly accessible beaches and some of the most stunning sunsets you’ll see anywhere in the world.
It’s nights like this one that remind me what I love so much about living by the coast. I grab my favorite shorts and flip flops, throw back the moon roof, and just cruise straight out to the beach. The evenings cool off nicely after a hot day and the water is just nice enough to stand in while watching the sky transition from day into night. These are twilight nights in Southern California. You can’t get this anywhere else.