budsee Lake Sabrina 8,600 ft. 2d

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budsee OC sunset via saddle back mtn. 1w

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budsee In between tropical rain storms Saturday eve, I captured some footage down at crystal cove. 2w

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budsee Get on the right track. 3w

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budsee Can learn a lot from this sea turtle. 3w

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budsee Walt Disney Concert Center, Los Angeles 3w

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budsee The land of tomorrow. 3w

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4w budsee
Valencia Brett Collins

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budsee 15 second gringo salsa. #salsa #goodeats #cooking #recipes #food #cilantro 4w

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budsee #IBJJF Nationals NoGi Tournament -- my favorite take downs. 1mon

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budsee Hitting the grill with this medley asparagus, portobello mushrooms, fennel, shiitake mushroom, Belgian endives. 1mon

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budsee "It's not the mountain we conquer, but ourselves." --Edmund Hilary. San Bernardino Peak 10,649 feet / 17 miles. 2mon

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budsee Rotating in the free zone, Crystal Cove. 2mon

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budsee Just catching some waves some years ago San Miguel, Mexico. Fun little Surf trip. 2mon

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budsee Guerrilla Bee Keepers, Orange County -- Local grown -- non pasteurized -- unfiltered -- pure organic honey. 2mon

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budsee 10,864 feet at the top of San Jacinto peak, you will find this reward -- a perfect combination of earned view juxtaposed with old glory. 2mon

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Ludwig Brett Collins
budsee Fallen tree bark rustic pattern texture, the ascent to Jacinto peak. 2mon

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budsee Enjoying the view, and catching my breath at 9,500 ft en route to Gorgonio Summit 11,500 ft. 2mon

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Normal Brett Collins
budsee Stone hut near the top San Jacinto peak 10,800 feet, built in 1935 for stranded hikers during winter storms. 2mon

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