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Take a Hike: Malibu's Corral Canyon and Point Dume State Beach

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Every weekend I say to myself, "I'm going to escape this cement jungle and go get out to somewhere green", which is easier said then done. Yet each weekend rolls by and I never seem to be able to leave my 10 mile bubble radius of Silver Lake. Feeling completely guilt ridden for not taking the advantage of the abundant nature that surrounds LA (within a thirty minute drive); I went out to Malibu. Allergy medicine loaded, water, and camera in hand I set out with friends to explore Corral Canyon Trail, Point Dume State Beach and indulge in some deep fried seafood at Malibu Seafood.

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