On Saturday afternoon I spied clothing bags, camp supplies and trail clearing gear being moved towards our little camper. This could only mean camping at Gardner RD and North County trail clearing!
|Tail mutts stay close by to assure they'll get along.|
|At Gardner road, first thing is weeds are knocked down|
to help reduce the bug count.
|Then camp gets set up and a fire started.|
|Trails mutts are all about camping ya know.|
This is a NCT parking lot we commonly stay at. Its wonderful!
|Then we made a quick excursion down to Tank creek to see|
the grass depth.
|Oh ya, I got a drink here.|
|With all the rain we've had, the grass has been growing good.|
|The fire was stoked up for cooking.|
|Oh dear, this does looks good! Sandy is doing toast as well.|
|It was a gorgeous summer evening.|
|Looks about done to me.|
|They sipped on Plum wine from Lake Annie Orchard.|
|Our buddy Dean came by to visit! He scratches me some.|
|Then I spied a mouse.|
|The next morning I was ready to go! Even though the owls and coyotes made a racket all night long.|
|The Tank Creek grass is being cut down.|
|Sandy's knocking them weeds-n-trees down.|
|We got about 3/4 of a mile done today.|
|Now we're back to camp and packing again.|
|It's been quite a day on the trail and my eyes are getting heavy.|
|Just down the road we stopped to see this sign.|
A gal went missing near here in 1993.
|This is her picture up close.|
She looks friendly but her story makes me sad.
|On the way home, we stopped for a brief adventure near Twin Lakes.|
|Wyandotte falls! We'd never been here before.|
|They were roaring and scary, but pretty.|
|Maybe we can ski here this coming winter! I love winter.|