Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Sundial Bridge & Burney Falls State Park

For at least the next month & a half we will be traveling around Northern California.  Nick is on a short term project & we will be in an area for a week or so and then move on to the next area.  Since we are "from" Northern California, we are excited about this time to be able to visit with family and friends along our way, as well as explore.

Currently we are in Red Bluff, CA.  We've spent the past week getting back into our routine and reorganizing the trailer.  After spending almost 3 weeks at Grandma & Papa's house, we've been busy settling back into RV life.  We don't lay low for long.

Our week was also filled with walks along the Sacramento River, which is directly behind our RV Park.

One day after work we drove into Redding and took an sunset walk across Sundial Bridge.  Winter hadn't quite hit yet, so there were runners, bikers and walking families galore --- plus Ben the Knife Juggler.

On Sunday we too a drive to Burney Falls State Park.  President Roosevelt once called Burney Falls the 8th wonder of the world.  I can see why.  It was about 35 degrees, so we were all a but cold, but not too cold to hike the Falls loop. 

It is sure nice to be back in the land of mountains, trees, flowing rivers and the Pacific --- California you may be expensive & crowded, but you are SUPER beautiful.


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