Was really fun to view and read your interesting news and lovely posts for All Seasons. Great to get back to the weekly rhythm of All Seasons, and keep up with you guys!
The latest news from California, was Thursday when I called my daughter for her 40th birthday (it was weird to her as well as her parents! She said that she opened her windows for the first time since the fires. Felt for the Californians. It means that all the time since Aug. 20 they have been couped up with closed doors and windows because of the ashes and smoke of the fires. Usually, people have their doors and windows open all summer, unless it gets in the nineties or higher.
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Before the little idiosyncrasies of this area in California, on the way to lake Tahoe, fade from my mind,
a few slices of a tongue in cheek account of some days this past summer on the country side of this state.
Californian Black Oak trees – we were surrounded by them in the park closeby. Started going there during covid time.
This tree has pretty acorns. You see them on the right side of the first image.
Will miss those moments of interesting patterns when the sun plays peekaboo in my yard
Real estate? Booming! Everyone from the Bay area (San Francisco)
is moving here. I hear her thinking, except for this couple.
What in the world they move to Texas for, is a big mystery to me.
My mask is vital, but no one will look at my jeans.
My last views of these pillars of the bridge
built during the gold rush.
For the 4th of July we kind of did not know what to do,
so we thought picturesque Old Town Sacramento
would certainly have some stores and restaurants open?
Underneath the bridge
They did. Actually, the people who were there
were not paying attention to social distancing or masks!
Not that it bothered me, since cloth masks do nothing to keep
a virus away. Social distancing … may be a little.
Bought a wrap-around skirt. We had some coffee and lunch
at Steamers, and went to the water side.
There, more people were having
fun, being on the water.
Reminiscing, it was a relief that at least some
people were celebrating the 4th of July. To me,
it meant some normalcy.
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