When I originally shared these images, back in April 2017, I included a short history of this small ski area just outside the town of Leavenworth, along with a video (see below). Although the area surrounding Leavenworth’s ski hill has changed somewhat — more houses, and taller trees blocking the view of the ski jump — it’s still easy enough […]
More recently uncovered treasures from Denio’s in Roseville. Part 3 coming soon!
Some days when I’m wandering around at Denio’s I feel a little like I’m visiting a really cool museum — the trick is scouting out the really good stuff from all the other visual distractions. I’ve so many wonderful items lately, I need to spread them across more than one blog post! Old photos:
This is the time of year when our camellias bloom, then drop their petals onto the driveway, where they wither away. Sometimes I’ll find an intact flower lying on the ground, somehow more delicate and beautiful than when it was still alive, on the bush.
In the midst of an abnormally dry January and February, the water level at Folsom Lake is currently lower than at this point in the past two years. Still, recreational users are accustomed to seeing the exposed rocks and muddy lake bed every winter; and on this sunny afternoon in mid February there were plenty of hikers, cyclists, and people […]
A selection of items I’ve spotted at Denio’s Farmers Market and Swap Meet in Roseville, November 2019 through February 2020.
Here are a few more pictures from my stroll along Main Avenue.