After finally getting past the blank page, I have been painting from photos that I have taken around China Camp. The two below were taken from oppisite sides of China Camp Fishing Village.
Turtle Back Hill from Shoreline Trail just east of the campground.
This is the path leading from the upper part of the campground to the parking lot.
This is where two creeks join together by site 15 in the campground. After the rain stops. they become dry.
Douglas Iris. wildflower
Watercolor of the photo looking across San Pablo Bay (zoomed In)
The scene from China Camp. It will be a different view once I have moved on Saturday. The past few weeks have been a little busy getting ready to move. My Texas registration for the MH expired on March 1st. Since I probably won’t be going back to Texas anytime soon, I have decicded that I needed to register it here in California. I will have to get it smogged on Thursday and then take it to the DMV. When I finnish I will go back to China Camp until Saturday when Ted will help me drive to Delta Bay RV Park and set up at the new site. In the meantime it’s time to get the inside ready for the move.
I have been here for six months, so there is a lot that has to be secured. Most of it will just be put on the floor in tubs. There is some that will be kept in place with tension rods. The upolstered bench between the captain and passenger chairs just fits on the daybed made up from the dinette. I’ve tried keeping things organized all along so it shouldn’t take long get it all in order. Ted will come out tommorrow night to get me ready to roll. He has been a great help each time I move.
I hope that you all are having a great year.
Thanks for visiting
Susan and Angel