This morning I packed up Angel in her crate, (that’s what she rides in) and hit the road. After stopping only to pick up my prescriptions and fill the tank with gas, (I didn’t want to run out of gas on a lonely back road in the mountains where I probably had no signal), we headed east on Hwy. 50 to Placerville and then northeast to a friend’s house. They are in the midst of remodeling after they had “flood” damage due to some pipes leaking while they were gone for several days. Nearly every room was affected. They have a beautiful two story home way up in the Sierra Foothills on 2+ wooded acres.
Thank you Renate for the tour and introducing Angel to her new friends.
That’s Angel in the middle of all the boys. Rusty is in the doorway of their RV (trailer), Boris is on the stairs next to Angel and Rio is in the front. Rusty is terrier (Cairn I think), the same size as Angel, Boris and Rio are beautiful Russian Wolfhounds. From what Renate tells me they RV very well. We had a nice visit and I had to get back down to the valley to get ready for dinner with some friends.
On the way there this is the bridge that I had to cross (limit 5000 pounds).
Those are just wooden planks that you drive across, NO trailers. Here are some pictures that I took on the way back, different route.
Bigger bridges going this way, The river is one of the forks of the American River. In the last picture you can see a house on the other side of the canyon.
I was home for a little while then out to meet some friends for a Birthday dinner.
Happy Birthday Karen! We had a wonderful meal at The Greek Village Restaurant in Sacramento. That’s Kyle and Karen.
Gee, you would think that getting out and seeing the scenery would help fill a need, but it just makes me want to get out there more and see more. If I can’t call it “hitch itch'” when I have nothing to hitch to, what is it? It will just have to do for now.
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