Dropped Guy off in Davis, then took the back roads to Vacaville. Came upon the Tremont Cemetery, dating from 1871.
Jim & Tracy's new abode.
The Lampley-Marston-Swain Thanksgiving table. Isaiah says "What is the hold up?!?"
Jim, Lizzie, and Candice.
Relaxing in the man-cave corner of the family room.
Sunset, MacKerricher Park beach.
There were scads of these little guys at the Fort Bragg place (as you'll soon see).
Shelf fungi on a manzanita stump.
There were fungi growing on fungi! The hair-like growths are Spinellus fusiger, a parasitic fungus that grows on other fungi, often Mycena sp.
More Spinellus fusiger.
The little balls on the ends of the hairs contain the spores that will be cast to the winds eventually.
Here's a shot to put it in perspective. These are the little guys that the other fungus grows on. Note the pine needles for scale.
And then it was down to the harbor. Can't believe this one still floats.
Lots of quality textures and things to photograph at the docks.
There was a huge pile of these crab-trap floats awaiting deployment. Crab season hasn't opened yet on the north coast because the crabs aren't yet big enough.
Meanwhile, Guy is hard at work, clearing brush and trees.
Fall color, Happy Lane style.
Another weekend comes to close, as we zip up I-5.