|SAN LEANDRO RESERVOIR|
The reason I mentioned the above is that through years of decline, stabilization, shock, surprise, action, crisis mode and fatigue, we have developed an incredibly warped sense of humor and a great attitude to dealing with life events. After all, life has not killed us yet, so why fret?
We went to Anthony Chabot Regional park with the intent of spending most days at the beach or at Lake Chabot. We had it all planned: The picnic food, the night grilling, the long trail walks and the nearby touring. Yes, plans are made and someone, somewhere... Laughs!
It rained. It rained. It rained... and then... It poured.
|WILD TURKEYS - CHABOT REGIONAL PARK|
In this family people don't get dissapointed, we get creative. Hubby fashioned a tarp cover outside the RV and I grilled our dinners as planned. We took the picnic lunch to the lake on the last day as planned, but we also took another one in the car when it poured and headed to other locations accross the San Francisco Bay.
We watched episodes of "Soap" which the kids have become addicted to and talked, laughed and enjoyed each others company regardless of the weather or the best laid out plans.
Lovely light house. It always makes me think of Nantucket whenever I see one. Crazy thing is... I have never been to Nantucket.
Water babies should not be landlocked - Thank goodness for Lake Tahoe and the Truckee River in our area.
We all got to take it in for a long while =>>>>> A ...very...long... while...
|SANTA CRUZ BOARDWALK|
2 pieces of my heart strolling down Santa Cruz Board Walk and planning their next move. (the two young ladies walking away from the camera... of course...)
|DEL VALLE LAKE|
|CANADIAN GEESE INVASION|
|DEL VALLE LAKE BEACH|
|Anthony Chabot's Campground|
The view from our trailer at Anthony Chabot's Regional State park.
Thank you for visiting with me for a little while.