Archive for November, 2007
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Stopped in Paradise and looked at a place with a six car garage on Friday. Pretty nice place. I headed out to the Feather River area again. I have been here almost 24 hours and only saw one person so far and that was about 15 minutes after I stopped. I don’t know how many pictures I will get this weekend as it started raining on Saturday morning. The trees are changing and there are still some berries around.
I hope that this is a big snow year as the lakes really need some water. I stopped by one… Feather River Area 09/23/07
I got some pictures of a buck resting in our front yard. Some pictures of rush hour traffic. A bunch of scenic pictures. A car on fire, the CHP plane, and some hummingbirds out the window.
I have set up some of the bird feeders and hope to get some great shots.
I hope to get done moving and back into camping soon. If things work out right I will be taking some of the nieces, nephews, and grand ones out just before Xmas if the schedules work out.
Hope you enjoy the pictures.
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It is really quiet and peaceful.
I went out for a drive on Sunday and took some pictures. It is real nice country. It is only about 10 minutes or so before I hit the back country. I will be taking more pictures in the next few weeks. When I came back home there was a buck in the front yard.
I hope you enjoy the few pictures that I took and there will be more in the next few weeks.
Thanks again for stopping by.