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Pam gave her lichen talk to the Redbud Chapter of CNPS - it was great fun! Lots of lichens travelled with her to act as displays for the participants. Some of the members took Pam to dinner at a restaurant overlooking the creek. Very good food and conversation. The talk was well received and she was asked back to lead a lichen walk sometime in 2014 …
Rather than travel our normal route south from Redding we decided to change it up a bit. We have never been on highway 99 north of Sacramento so........we drive to Red Bluff, the northern terminus of highway 99. Down the 99 we go.
Highway 99 takes us mostly through farm county. Fruit and nut tree orchards are predominate. It is mostly a …
You were once wild here. Don’t let them tame you. - Isadora Duncan Travel pod is not working well on my iPhone. If you want to follow our adventure check on FB sandy jean borden. I'll try posting here when possible but FB isuch ...
... City where my wonderful nephew Max will meet us with a resupply box. Jeannie will leave us at Sierra City and Audrey and I will then continue on section two for 79 miles to Quincy.
I've had a morton's neuroma on my foot that has been healing. So.....for the past 3 months I haven't hiked! I guess I will train on the trail and try to keep up with Audrey!
I probably will not have many opportunities to post to this blog, but will do my ...
... the Gold Rush. Marshall was there building a timber mill in partnership with John Sutter (founder of Sacramento), however, by 1850 Sutter had sold his share and the area was abandoned by Marshall and he went to winemaking and working a quartz mine. He is buried on this property where they erected a monument. The state bought the property in 1942 and includes most of the town of Coloma. The property was undergoing renovations but includes many original buildings including ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsNevada County Fairgrounds Camping Grass Valley
They have DVDs that you can borrow for free and a nice duck pond.
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