Sacramento River Bend Outstanding Natural Area in California includes expansive rolling hills of blue oak and lush forests surrounding the Sacramento River and its tributaries. The beautiful and diverse habitat – home to bald eagles, osprey, deer and salmon – offers natural beauty and solitude paired with numerous recreation opportunities. You can explore the area by foot, horseback, boat and bike, and then pitch a tent at the end of the day for stunning sunsets on your public lands. Photo by Bob Wick, Bureau of Land Management (@mypubliclands).

Sam’s Adventure

I went to California and took Sam on an adventure. We made it to the Salt Flats first.

He liked Nevada too. Especially the random Arctic Circle in Elko, and the Nugget tower in Wendover. (My family played the game “How many Jacksepticeye references can you find in one place” and we got hung up on Nugget from the Kindergarten game) But he really liked California.

We had fun in Old Sacramento on the Sacramento River (we don’t know what that pyramid building is for). We had fun in the pool, splashing in the water, and at Donner Lake just enjoying the mountain air and scenery.


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Via Flickr:
A visit to Rio Vista California in the Sacramento River Delta in Solano County on 11-30-2016.


Info about my trip.:D

So we just got back from a four day trip(and it might seem short, but believe me, it was enough) and these are some of the pics I was snapped with my S4. The sights there are amazing and I think it’s a place I would consider moving to since it’s been growing so much in the last few years. Though the only downside is that it’s not as culturally diverse is I’m used to here in the big city. I know this isn’t always a bad thing, but it does feel a little strange to be the only Latina in the store… XD. Still, we had a great time, even though I did get sick the first two days, and the sightseeing was a great experience. We took a drive toward the Sundial Bridge, fed some ducks and geese somewhere close by(I never found out the name of the place>.>) and we went up to the foot of Mt. Shasta. If I ever do decide to leave my home and start out in a new place, Redding seems to be at the top of my list.