Laura is soooo happy to be hiking!
Bridge at Lake Siskiyou.
Lake Siskiyou is down.
Old car dumping graveyard down from Box Canyon Dam at Lake Siskiyou.
The Red Bluff diversion dam, no longer in use. Guy will be writing one of the permits for removal of the dam.
Guy among the native sycamores.
The Ide Adobe, built in 1848 (?) or thereabouts. It's a State Historic Park now.
The view from the Ide Adobe porch - Sacramento River in the background.
The master suite inside the Ide Adobe.
The Davis contingent of the family.
Knuckles (the cat) cuddling with Blue (the dog).
The Raspberry Trifle. Successfully bid upon by Elin at the Shasta Land Trust silent auction the night before. Consumed a la plein air next to the Sacramento River. It tasted even better than it looked!
We didn't get to eat the trifle until we'd biked up to Shasta Dam and back, though.
The old train tunnel on the River Trail to Shasta Dam.
Down at the Diestlehorst Bridge later that day.
The previous day, Guy & I did a moto ride east of town. We saw ladybugs swarming - hadn't seen that in a long time.
The old mill pond at the historic Forward Mill. This old tepee burner is all that's left of the mill.
The valley above the Forward Mill.
Darrah Springs State Fish Hatchery, on the way to Manton.
The entrance to the Manton Saloon, a historic establishment.
Inside the Manton Saloon.