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Aerial Ojai #19

Around the Valley

Photos by Logan Hall

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Aerial Ojai #18

“June” Gloom

Photos by Logan Hall

This week we take an aerial look at Ojai from Santa Ana and Casitas Pass roads. Gray skies have allowed the water to remain in the Ventura River a little longer than usual. Gray skies and a much wetter rainy season have also allowed Ojai to remain green through April.

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Aerial Ojai #17

Ojai Meadows Preserve

Photos by Logan Hall

This week we take an aerial look at the Ojai Meadows Preserve. Dozens of wildflower species can be found in the Meadows Preserve. It has been carefully and painstakingly replanted with native species, cultivated in the greenhouse on the west end of the 58-acre property. Occasionally (usually in the spring and early fall) the greenhouse will open its doors to the public for native plant sales.

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Aerial Ojai #16

Dennison Grade

Photos by Logan Hall

This week we take an aerial look at Dennison Grade. Dennison Grade, a 1.4 mile stretch of the 150, starts in Ojai’s east end and zig-zags up some 400 feet, ending in Upper Ojai. As you can see here, with or without an aerial perspective, there are some great views of the valley traveling up Dennison

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Aerial Ojai #15

Meiners Oaks 5 Points

Photos by Logan Hall

This week we take an aerial look at the 5 Points intersection in Meiners Oaks.

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Aerial Ojai #14

Upper Ojai Spring

Photos by Logan Hall

This week we take an aerial look at Upper Ojai. A short drive from downtown, Upper Ojai, is located between the cities of Ojai and Santa Paula. Driving along the 150 through the pristine countryside of the Upper Ojai Valley, it’s hard to believe Los Angeles is a mere 80 miles away.

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Aerial Ojai #13

The “Y”

Photos by Logan Hall

This week we take an aerial look at an area known as The “Y”– for obvious reasons. It is the largest and busiest intersection in Ojai and the main entrance into town. The Y contains one of Ojai’s busiest shopping centers where you really can get a lot done. Shopping at The Y includes groceries, pet supplies, hardware, clothes, and anything you can think of at Ojai Rexall. You can ship your packages, grab a bite to eat, and even get your nails done!

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Aerial Ojai #12

After the Storm

Photos by Logan Hall

This week we take an aerial look at Ojai, after the recent storms. We’ve had some minor flooding, but are also seeing some very green hillsides, and lots of snow on the beautiful Topa Topa Mountains!

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Aerial Ojai #11

Photos by Logan Hall

This week we take an aerial look around the valley during the much needed stormy days we were blessed with, early this January 2019.

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Aerial Ojai #10

Photos by Logan Hall

This week we take an aerial look at the historic Ojai Presbyterian Church, located on the corner of Aliso and Foothill Road.

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Aerial Ojai #09

Around The Valley Part 2

Photos by Logan Hall

This week we take an aerial look around the Ojai Valley.

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Aerial Ojai #08

Photos by Logan Hall

This week we take an aerial look at Ojai’s Cluff Vista Park. Cluff Vista Park is a small triangle of land in Ojai, that was once the site of a gas station. The abandoned lot was purchased by the Cluff family. The Ojai Valley Land Conservancy raised funds to landscape the park in 2005. It features a large stone monolith, fountain, a beautiful pergola and native landscaping.

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Aerial Ojai #07

Around The Valley Part 1

Photos by Logan Hall

This week we take an aerial look around the Ojai Valley.

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Aerial Ojai #06

Photos by Logan Hall

This week we take an aerial look at California State Route 33, known simply as “The 33,” to Ojai locals. It’s not only our way home, but a great scenic drive, to just get out of town for a day or even a few hours. SR 33 follows Matilija Canyon past a portion of the Santa Ynez Mountains in Los Padres National Forest, and passes over the distinct transverse ranges at Pine Mountain Summit.

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Aerial Ojai #05

Photos by Logan Hall

This week we take an aerial look at Soule Park, which underwent renovations in 2005 led by Gil Hanse, one of the industry’s most highly regarded modern-day golf course architects.

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Aerial Ojai #04

Photos by Logan Hall

There’s a lot to see in the Ojai Valley. Historic buildings, landmarks or a breathtaking view are always right around the corner.

This week we feature an aerial view of Lake Casitas.

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Aerial Ojai #05

Photos by Logan Hall

This week we take an aerial look at the Arcade in downtown Ojai. Look closely, and you can see the Ojai Valley Playhouse is missing its roof, as it is being worked on by our featured pro, Tim Reed of Ventura Roofing and his team.

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Aerial Ojai #02

Photos by Logan Hall

There’s a lot to see in the Ojai Valley. Historic buildings, landmarks or a breathtaking view are always right around the corner. Imagine what some of these locations look like from the air. Whether looking toward Sulphur Mountain from 400 feet above Country Club Drive (above) or a sunset over the old honor farm and a dwindling Lake Casitas (right), In upcoming issues, we’ll give you a different look at some of your favorite Ojai spots. Welcome to “Aerial Ojai.”

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Aerial Ojai #01

Photos by Logan Hall

There’s a lot to see in the Ojai Valley. Historic buildings, landmarks or a breathtaking view are always right around the corner. Imagine what some of these locations look like from the air. Whether looking toward Sulphur Mountain from 400 feet above Country Club Drive (above) or a sunset over the old honor farm and a dwindling Lake Casitas (right), In upcoming issues, we’ll give you a different look at some of your favorite Ojai spots. Welcome to “Aerial Ojai.”

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