Hiking along the shoreline at Folsom Lake, especially in the areas that are normally underwater, you never know what sort of fascinating landscape details you might find. I’m always especially curious about what’s inside those dark little caves and whether they’re naturally formed or man made.
One reason I love exploring around Mississippi Bar is that I never know when I might find something completely unexpected. Like this little spot perched above a dry creek bed, hidden from casual sight by piles of dredger tailings.
Near Pilot Hill, California.
In the past I’ve come across quite a few Indian grinding rocks within hiking distance of my house, as well as some a bit farther away; the ones on both sides of the American River near the Lake Natoma Crossing come to mind. But I was really surprised when I recently discovered a couple of holes even closer to where […]