It’s beginning to look like autumn in Paso Robles. These photos were taken in the Riverbank tract and by the river.
Foot Surgery Kept Me Confined to Home
I break my long silence here to explain how I handled being a shut-in after my partial toe joint replacement surgery, and to share the little bit of the outdoors I had a chance to see between home and doctor appointments.
Poison Oak is Most Dangerous in Winter
Winter is the season where even some of the most knowledgeable people can not recognize poison oak, and thus come in contact with it and break out. Here’s how to recognize it and what to do to be prepared before you get it.
Saturday, from Templeton Park to Paso Robles Park
Follow me pictorially through a busy day of activities in Templeton and Paso Robles while trying to lead a balanced life. From Farmers Market in Templeton to photographing the tail end of the Wine Festival in Paso Robles before moving on to art activities still going on in the vicinity of the park.
Looks Like Spring is Almost to the North County
Don’t miss seeing this special tree while it’s blooming.
The Third Annual Central Coast Lavender Festival is Now a Memory
Here’s a quick view of part of the Third Annual Central Coast Lavender Festival in Downtown Paso Robles. More coming later.
Do You Welcome all the Flowers of Spring?
Do you welcome all spring flowers? Or just the ones you planted? Should the weeds and wild flowers automatically be eliminated when they appear?