2010 Family Camping Pictorial Battery Point Lighthouse on the rugged Northern California coast Hiking Stout Grove in Jedediah Smith Redwood State Park Taking a break to skip some rocks The Infamous Banana Slug Roasting marshmallows after a long day of hiking Oreo the Camping Dog The Deschutes National Forest, ravaged by fire in 2003 Another use for marshmallow forks – vegetable kabobs Leave the spinning tackle at home, the Metolius is fly fishing only Wildflowers Along the Metolius River Mule deer in the Deschutes National Forest Our friend’s dog naps in the tent vestibule Jack Creek in the Deschutes National Forest The biggest little store in the world – you can get almost anything, here Hiking old growth Douglas Fir in the Willamette National Forest This photo is not enhanced – it really is this green Mt. Washington, in Oregon’s Cascade Range The kids make the most of an impromptu teeter-totter in Lassen’s Crags campground The most prevalent wildlife in Lassen is the pika New life emerges among the numerous deadfall in Lassen Early July in Lassen – still plenty of snow on the ground A mud pot in Lassen’s Sulfur Works area Some of the rugged peaks around Lassen Lassen Peak, from Manzanita Lake Hiking along the Santa Lucia Trail in the Carmel Valley The kids enjoy an evening marshmallow roast
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What great times you all have had! Do you have a list of all the places you have gone? We live in the East Bay so we are fairly close to you I think. Thanks for all your ideas!
We sort of have a list, Leslie – we try to buy a refrigerator magnet, every time we go somewhere new 🙂 I know it is kind of touristy and corny, but it is fun to look at all of them and remember where we were.
Very nice Roy. Most of my favorite camping or outing pics feature the grand kids. Good times.
I am really looking forward to spoiling grandkids, Bill!
Great pics!!! Lots of places to add to our Bucket List now!!! Thanks for sharing.
Thanks, Holly! There sure are a lot of great places to explore – we are always torn between the beach or the mountains 🙂