Walking on Park Blvd, I made a left on El Sinore Walk, after house 4645. El Sinore Walk (photo 1) is about 2 blocks long. Charming flowers were noticed along the way. I reached San Sebatian Ave and continued left downhill on El Centro Ave. For a block continued on it, until I reached Glendora Path. Glendora Path was very interesting and was an anomaly. It was a path that ultimately led to nowhere and I was cognizant of that in advance. The path was very narrow and was embellished with green plants, but ultimately the trail was blocked off as it twisted right.
So I came back to where I started, on Glendora Ave, and turned right. A block down, I reached Everett Ave. I took a detour on Leach Ave(pic 4). There were no stairs or paths on that block but I did run into some sculpture that I found enamoring. Walked back uphill to Everett Ave and turned right on Edgewood Ave. At the end of the block, I was very enthralled by the tall trees (photo 6) in front of house 1000. It happened to be right next to the 43 step pathway.
After descending down the 43 step pathway, I was deposited onto Threstle Glen Rd. I turned left and downhill for about 3 blocks. I was very enthralled by all the pink roses and well kept neighborhood. After passing a few streets on Threstle Glen, I turned left onto Barrows Rd. Instantly, I saw a stairway that had loads of red berries. I took a picture and admired it's beauty. I ascended up 79 total steps onto a small walkway and reached Holman Rd.
I turned left on Holman Rd until I saw Greenwood Ave, and turned right onto it. At the end of the block was an older stairway next to older buildings at 584. (PICTURE 10) It started off with 15 steps, led me onto a path, then there was another 69 steep steps to climb. That culminated me up to Park Blvd.