My favorite place for ash scattering at sea in Los Angeles County is off the Palos Verdes Peninsula. There is a special place at the tip of the Palos Verdes Peninsula called Angel’s Gate Park – can you think of a more perfect name? Angel’s Gate is home to the Point Fermin Light House. Standing in front of the lighthouse looking out to the ocean you can see almost 270 degrees. To the east is the entrance to the Port of Los Angeles with the Orange County coast in the distance. Looking forward off the peninsula is Catalina Island. To the West is the sunset, with the Channel Islands in the distance. It is a special place for ash scattering, and the name of the park is fitting.