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Good morning all,
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After seeing the moonrise from the Baldwin Hills, this morning we’ll see the sunset from Ascot Hills. Ascot Hills is east(technically northeast-east) of downtown LA near Cal State LA. If you drew a line(I did on Google Maps) between the Baldwin Hills and Mt. San Antonio where we saw the moonrise, it would cross the Ascot Hills. The Ascot Hills is two ridges with a valley between them. The east ridge is higher than the western ridge and there’s a reservoir at the northern end of the valley. A racetrack was at the southern end of the ridge to the west that was known for it’s high number of fatal crashes. The park is home to a fair amount of wildlife; I saw a rabbit, two coyotes and an owl.
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