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.
Category: Salinas River
The Salinas River Crept Up on Me
I delighted in watching a channel of the Salinas River fill today as I watched. I’ve never witnessed the river filling before, and I want to share this awesome experience with you.
The Salinas River Sights in Early May, Paso Robles
Walk with me along what’s left of the Salinas River on May 4, 2011, and see what has changed since April. The poison hemlock and thistle are blooming and more than ducks are swimming.
If You Visit the Salinas River Trail in April
Though the river is still beautiful in April, be careful of getting caught in the wet sand. Also watch out for the poison oak and the poison hemlock. I show you what they look like so you can respect them and teach your children to do the same.
The Salinas River is Starting to Disappear Again
Two weeks without rain can make a big difference in the level of the Salinas River in Paso Robles. Also, see the memorial under the Niblick Bridge
North County March Weather Has Me Spinning in Circles
Everything is about the weather this week, since we’ve gone from storm to storm with another possibly hitting us on Saturday. This offers you an on-the-spot-report on the weather and its effects at Lawrence Moore Park in Paso Robles on Friday afternoon, complete with pictures.
Down by the Salinas Riverside between the Storms
Walk with me along the Salinas River after today’s storm and see how full it’s become. You will be amazed if you haven’t seen it lately. I walked along the Salinas River Trail in Lawrence Moore Park in Paso Robles, observing the current of the overflowing river , the broken tree branches, and the cloud formations in the blue sky. Words can’t describe it, so I’ve brought you the pictures.