A spring walk through Hillcrest and Mission Hills.
Yesterday I went for a long, very pleasant springtime walk. These photographs represent my journey through the west part of Hillcrest, then through an interesting slice of Mission Hills.
I started inside Hillcrest, headed west down Washington Street, took a momentary detour to Fort Stockton Drive, then headed back down Washington Place to historic (and some say haunted) Pioneer Park, which I will blog about in a day or two. I then hiked down sloping Mission Hills Canyon along the green, seemingly little known Robyn’s Egg Trail, which I also plan to blog about. Eventually I came out near San Diego Avenue, southeast of Old Town.
Come along and read the captions to get a taste…
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2 thoughts on “A spring walk through Hillcrest and Mission Hills.”
Beautiful! I especially like the Ibis Market and the bird sculpture. Is the bird made of copper?
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I’m not sure what metal the bird is made of. Other birds on poles stand on the median nearby, which I didn’t photograph this time.