On our day of wandering, we came home via a small back road that borders the lake near the intersection where we’d turn to go home. There is a small park there, actually a boat-launching area, that Kat and I visited at sunset a couple of years ago. On this foggy/sunny/frosty day, I decided to turn in to see how the lake was doing.
Then on down to the boat launch area – but the floating docks do not spend the winter in the water. Similar to the cattle that winter in California and the campers that winter in Arizona, the docks winter on land, waiting patiently for the warmth to arrive.
The girls wandered slightly different directions, gathering information, checking things out – somehow Shasta seems to be more often where the camera lines up, investigating, investigating, what is this? Who has been here before us?
I hope you enjoyed this trip – for me, it brought enough.