I just moved to the area so I'm still bummed about the lack of climbing.
Do you mean within a 15 minute walk of your frontdoor or a crag that stays 75 degrees in the winter months? Otherwise you must be really new to the area. Several lifetimes of great climbing within an hour of where you live. (A couple thousand established routes plus several more thousand within another 45 minutes, not to mention endless bouldering opportunities) including some crags that are climable year round.
Maybe someone could recommend a good, local guidebook for you, if you don't have a partner to show you around.
Ahh....to be new to the area with so many good climbing spots to check out for the first time..... good luck and enjoy the exploration!
...Has all the major areas and a lot of hidden gems worth digging out too.
Now, if Chim-chim gets done with that Woodfords guide any time soon, you'll be sitting on a whole metric butt ton of winter climbing. Also, type "obscurities" in the entire site search bar here on supertopo and you'll find the page that has Ron Anderson's still very functional guide to that winter cragging area.
Is that actually you jumping in that picture? Or just the same jump?
Regardless, dang, that pretty loco, bro!
Jumped off of this thing at La Jolla Cove called the clam when I was 16. It's about 45'. But I jumped at low tide and as the water sucked out. So it added about 10' or 15'. I couldn't go surfing for about 2-3 weeks. I swore that I would never bend to peer pressure again after that lil' f*#k up!