Old Middle Fork

Two miles above Rio Vista on the Sacramento River you’ll find the entrance to Steamboat Slough. This 11-mile-long waterway was originally called the Middle Fork of the Sacramento River; but by the 1860s it had become the preferred route of  impatient steamship captains because it was shorter and easier to navigate than the main river course. I’ve written before about […]

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Up among the trees

In my post yesterday I highlighted the areas closer to the lake level along Beek’s Bight at Folsom Lake; today, I’m exploring the trails higher up. Some of these tracks are popular mountain bike routes as you might notice by the tire tracks in the mud. I shot most of these pictures this past January.

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Bench seat

I was fooling around with an add-on macro lens for my phone; and the rusted metal coils of this old car seat (from a 1969 Pontiac Firebird) drew my attention. A few days later the same old seat looked much better after a bit of cleaning up and some black paint.

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