Sunday, December 17, 2006

Great Grandpa

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Great grandparents again

Mom and dad holding Benjamin Pearman, the 3rd great grandchild. Born Nov. 30, 2006

Benjamin Pearman

Great grandma.
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Monday, November 13, 2006

Turtle Beach, Manteca, Ca

Gary has been enjoying the fishing along the river. Mom and dad arrived with the great grandkids, Payton and Riley, just as Gary was returning with his catch. Riley was very impressed with the fish.

Our new backyard.
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Heron, Turtle Beach/fishcamp, Manteca, ca

We have been enjoying the many herons that rest in this area. Posted by Picasa

Monday, November 06, 2006

Fishing in Rio Vista, ca

Gary has been fishing again. He caught this 26.5 incher in the Delta out of Rio Vista. We are camped at an ROD campground, Delta Shores Resort and Marina on Brannan Island Road out of Isleton, Ca. The campgroud is very good for both tv and internet sats. We are awakened every morning by the sound of the geese flying south. Wonderful sunsets every evening. Posted by Picasa

Campground visitor

We stayed at the NACO Russian River campground in Cloverdale, CA. It is a great campground although small. If you have a large rig, you should not park in sections D or A. We camped at site 67, just headed in not backed in. We were able to get our datastorm satellite and our directv satellites to site in. Both are on the roof. This deer ventured out of the woods in front of our rig. Every morning, we were entertained by a covey of quail. Posted by Picasa

Monday, October 23, 2006

Trees of Mystery, Klamath, Ca

We visited the Trees of Mystery in Klamath. Cost was $13.50 per person. They also have a sky tram and an Indian Museum. We enjoyed seeing all the trees and the wood carvings that told the story of Paul Bunyon. The Indian Museum was also great.

Trees of Mystery Indian Museum

Bear Claw Necklace

Trade Beads

Various types of hats worn by Indians
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Trees of Mystery

This is called the Family tree because there are 12 trees growing from one trunk. Quite a sight to see.

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Trees of Mystery, Klamath, ca

Paul Bunyon and Babe greet the visitors to the Trees of Mystery.

This is the garden area.

This is called the family tree as it has 12 trees growing off of only one trunk. Quite something to see. Posted by Picasa

Sea Lions at at Crescent City

Taking a rest after lunch.

Ah, that sun sure does feel great. Posted by Picasa

Fern Canyon

Gary trying to decide which way to go in order to keep from getting his feet wet. Posted by Picasa

Fern Canyon

The trail into Fern Canyon. Lots of water this time of the year. You will get your feet wet crossing the water. Sure is cold.

Went looking for the elk. This is all we found. How many can you see? Posted by Picasa

Friday, October 20, 2006

Klamath River RV Campground

We are camped at Klamath, Ca for a few days. This is our new view out of our windshield.

We are the third motorhome from the right.

View of Cressent City, Ca. Posted by Picasa

Elk Preserve, Reedsport, Oregon

You can see how the colors are changing in this part of Oregon

They have an elk preserve outside of Reedsport, Oregon. These two bulls were just lieing around enjoying the warmth of the sun.

There were two gagle of geese at the Elk preserve. A coyote began to chase the first gagle. When he did so, this gagle snapped to attention. Posted by Picasa

Sea Lion Cave

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Outside Florence, Oregon

Hecta Lighthouse is one of the most photographed lighthouses. You can only view it from afar. I took this picture from the Sea Lion Cave.

It was a beautiful day so the sea lions were out of the cave having a great time in the water.

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Thursday, October 12, 2006

Tillamook, oREGON

While in Tillamook we visited the Naval Air Museum and the Tillamook Creamery. The Naval air museum is housed in the largest wood building in Oregon. The building was built to house blimps that were used to cruise over the Pacific in search of enemy subs. The creamery tour was okay. We enjoyed tasting the cheese, cheese curds are wonderful, and of course the ice cream. Gary had strawberry but I thought I would try something different, so I had white licorice. Really tasted great. Posted by Picasa