Two seasons

I used the same camera and tried to find the same spot where I was standing in March 2019; but after a few minutes of hiking around under the warm midday sun (and trying to avoid the small groups of sunseekers heading for the water’s edge), I lined up the profile of the foothills as best I could and headed […]

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Steamboat Slough

The Sacramento Delta is huge, and there’s plenty to explore, either by boat or by car. Yesterday afternoon I went for a drive with the Big Guy down to an area north of Isleton and Rio Vista; we found some quiet, peaceful spots, and now I’m looking forward to going back to do some more exploring.

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Down to the river

I’ve hiked the Gerle Loop Trail off Highway 49 a few times this year, including this visit two weeks ago. It feels so close to home, even though it takes me about an hour to get there, winding along Salmon Falls Road up to Pilot Hill. I like that it seems just a little way upstream from my house — […]

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Memory Monday, Week 121

August 2000 — More scenes from my mom’s visit to Albia, Iowa, where she got to meet and spend time with several family members for the first time. Mom took flying lessons in Washington State as a teenager and earned her private pilot’s license, so she’s always ready to check out a small plane or two! I love the photos […]

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