Tag Archives: Northern California
There’s a world out there to discover, but sometimes the best place to start is home. A little town in San Francisco’s North Bay, population of about 32,000, was founded in 1847, and served as California’s capital from 1853-1854, and … Continue reading
Looking out through the gate to destinations waiting to be found is a lesson in patience. For now, exploring a new hometown will serve to imprint this new image of home in my mind to make a return from travel … Continue reading
Joining in the thoughts posed by this challenge guide, at Lens and Pens by Sally, with today’s photos in black and white. Sally shares her thoughts “The forces of nature are under systematic attack. This assault exhausts me, because it … Continue reading
The Sunday Traveler can’t seem to extricate herself from oceans; from the Pacific of the Hawaiian Islands to the Pacific of Northern California where home is. A day spent at one of the incredible state parks here in Northern California … Continue reading
Our recent relocation has placed us in a wonderful spot with nature that surrounds us, and calls to me. It’s all new, and I finally made a break for it yesterday afternoon to visit Round Valley Regional Preserve. This 1,911 acre preserve … Continue reading
The foggy sea, a respite from the dried grasses and parched land in the surrounding San Francisco Bay Area. Photo taken with iPhone 6Plus, no editing done. Challenge sponsored by Sally Donatello at Lens and Pens by Sally.