Ever since the rock/mud slides along the bike trail near Negro Bar last January, I’ve really been missing my morning walks along the lake shore. I’ve seen a number of walkers and cyclists breeze past the warning signs and the barrier walls seemingly without a second thought, but […]
Nimbus, with bike trail bottom right and Hazel Avenue in the background: Looking south along Hazel Avenue: Weir and fish hatchery on the American River:
Circling around Sutter Street, Folsom The Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge for the week of July 12, 2017. An assortment, a collection, a hodgepodge. This week, share one — whether found in the wild or assembled yourself.
I’d love to hear the tales these giant boulders might tell, if they could only speak…
Turkey vultures aren’t the most attractive birds, but they do play an important role in the environment by cleaning up recently dead carrion. And there is something fairly dignified in the way they survey the landscape from above. I’m never sure, whenever I see Canada geese gathered alongside […]
A view of the Nimbus Dam, with the Aquatic Center behind it; Folsom and Rancho Cordova in the background.
If you happen to be in Southern California this summer and are looking for something different to do, Huell Howser has a couple of ideas for you in this episode of California’s Gold. I’ve been lucky enough to visit the DeYoung Museum in San Francisco and the National […]