My husband and I had tickets for the ‘King’ of all concerts- Tool at Viejas Arena SDSU (San Diego State University) on Sunday, Jan 12. It was a Christmas present from my sister-in-law (thank you, Tess!). My husband even made the situation sweeter by getting a hotel room. I usually work on the weekends, so you can probably imagine how excited I was to take a day off! My main objective was to make this one of the best days ever in San Diego (my best days are always at the beach!). I knew that the King Tide was due in for that weekend, so I thought what better place to check out than the tide pools over at Sunset Cliffs Natural Park-Garbage Beach.
What is a King Tide?
After a full and new moon, a spring tide occurs due to the moon and sun’s gravitational pull. The result produces a very high tide and, in turn, a shallow tide. In essence, a Spring Tide is when there is the most significant distance between the high tide and the low tide. The best time to experience the tide pools is during an extremely low tide and of course, during the day. In the summer months, all of the very low tides happen at night. Continue reading “King Tide at Sunset Cliffs Natural Park”
I have always had a deep-seated passion for the Ocean Environment which ultimately led me to receive a degree in Marine Biology. Living in the San Diego area for over 30 years, I have extensively explored the 70 miles of San Diego’s coastline, and I am here to share! Please use my website to your advantage and have a look around at all the wonders that the beaches of San Diego can offer you!