Some of the views from my Friday hike along Brown’s Ravine South Shore Trail at Folsom Lake.
Here are a few more wildflowers I’ve seen on my recent outings.
It was sort of annoying, hearing the constant noise of a helicopter coming and going all morning as I was headed out on my hike — but I was actually more annoyed at the fact that all the trees around me were shielding my view, even when the chopper sounded as if it was right on top of me! Things […]
Today I spent my afternoon hiking at Folsom Lake, from Brown’s Ravine boat ramp to Peanut Point and then back again. That’s roughly a 10-mile hike, and I sat down only twice — once to eat my lunch around noon, and again on the way back, when I tried to cross the creek and slipped on the wet rocks. (On […]
I knew I was going to have a good day of hiking when I ran into this youngster only a short way down the trail.
My entry for Cee’s Black & White Challenge this week.
This isn’t my neighborhood, but I always enjoy spotting these small community libraries. And I love that some thoughtful person included dog treats!
One nice thing about a grey, cloudy day with the threat of rain is that it’s even easier to notice and appreciate the bits of color nature has to offer in the spring. I had already walked past a lot of other flowers, including some really beautiful Itherial’s spear, when I noticed the bright red and black of a ladybug […]
Great news — the Chapman University’s Huell Howser archives site is back up and running again! This week I’m sharing one of the California’s Gold Classics, first aired in 1993. Huell’s travels take him from one end of California to the other, from Hollywood legend to a working gold mine, the Sixteen to One Mine. There are a lot of […]