The “new” Salmon Falls Bridge was constructed in 1953, replacing the 1930s-era bridge now lying under the waters of Folsom Lake.
NOTE: This post contains some pictures of a rattlesnake; I’ve located those at the end of the post, along with an additional warning, so if you’d rather not look at snakes, feel free to read on down until you see the warning sign below! Google is a little bit confused about the name and location of this particular hiking trail; […]
It’s difficult to have a bad morning when your path leads you through brightly colored wildflowers and underneath shady oaks.
This morning was beautifully overcast before the sun finally won out over the clouds, a little before noon. I was hiking the Monte Vista Trail near Salmon Falls on the South Fork of the American River. There were loads of yellow and purple wildflowers (along with the ever-present poison oak), and the views were pretty nice, too!
The theme for Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge this week is Bridges.