We left our trailer behind at my parents and drove up to visit my sister, 3 hours north, and stayed at her place. It's so much easier to drive through the crazy traffic in Sacramento without the trailer.
A quick thunderstorm passed through as we drove up I5 and left a pretty rainbow.
We had a nice time at my sisters. Just hanging out on her back deck fishing and relaxing.
My sister lives on a small man-made lake and has her own dock.
Pasta on the patio. Salute!
Almost embarrassing when it feels like you got a good one on the line but it's just a dinker!
The fishing was just ok and the Bass weren't very big. Still great to be on the water on a nice day!
|You have to boat in. We're headed to the back of this inlet.|
My sister said it should be a fairly easy hike.
The colors of the rock in this canyon are amazing!
The water is crystal clear!
I like how the picture looks like a watercolor painting when you zoom in.
It seems the water running over the boulders makes the orange/red color really come out.
There are many waterfalls as the water drops down into several pools along the way.
Made it to the slide.
I couldn't get wet so no slide fun for me.
You have to use the rope to get up to the top. We had a nice snack break here before heading down.
Look at these colors!
See how smooth the rock surface can be. Very slick, even dry.
Me & Kris
It was a fun day!
It was a great visit and now we'll be heading towards Nevada to spend some time with friends and visit new parts of the Silver State.