In Pictures – Balboa Island

Welcome to Balboa island

Welcome to Balboa island

Sometimes your best choice is to be a tourist in your own backyard.  We are so fortunate that Southern California offers some amazing options to do just that.   Our weather is mild year-round.  These were taken in February of this year.  It was sunny and temperatures in the mid 70’s.

A ferry provides easy access to the island where you will find a variety of shops, seafood restaurants, and lots of sights to see.  Here are a few of my favorite pictures of the day:

Approaching by ferry

Approaching by ferry

Loved this sign

Loved this sign

Red boat

Red boat

Pumpkin basket

Pumpkin basket

Laced to the side of the dock

Laced to the side of the dock

In need of some repair

In need of some repair

This sign says it well

This sign says it well

Blue boat

Blue boat

Cute girl and her puppy

Cute girl and her puppy

Do you have a favorite place in or near your home town that you enjoy sharing when you have visitors?

Please leave a note in the comment section below and give us your recommendation of where you would choose to be a “local tourist” in your area.

About Tim and Joanne Joseph

Hi and welcome! We are Tim and Joanne Joseph and we have just embarked on our "next chapter". At a stage in life where traveling the world, taking pictures, and sharing our adventures with friends and family will be our dream come true.
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2 Responses to In Pictures – Balboa Island

  1. Penny says:

    You are such a great photographer. I was there last month, and you captured it beautifully.
    Penny

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