Monday, May 10, 2010

Blog Summary-Backroad Destinations

We have been posting for almost three months now and the archive is getting crowded and hard to find information.  It is May and almost all these spots are in their prime this month.  Stop and visit them now.

We are up fishing this week in British Columbia with cell service uncertain.

All of the links below are live.  Just click on the link to follow it.

Chopaka Lake, Loomis, Washington

Blue Lake, Loomis, Washington

Columbia Wildlife Refuge & Potholes Reservoir

Seep Lakes, Othello, Washington

Quincy Lake, Quincy, Washington

Zion National Park, Utah

Tuzigoot and Montezuma National Monuments, Sedona, Arizona

Coconino National Forest, Sedona, Arizona

Puerto Penasco, Mexico

San Pedro Riparian Area, Tombstone, Arizona

Tucson, Arizona

Organ Pipe National Monument, Ajo, Arizona

Sunset State Beach, California

Carmel, California

Half Moon Bay to Big Sur, California

Napa Valley Campgrounds, California

Napa Valley Wine Train, California

Napa Valley, California

Limantour Beach, California

Pt. Reyes Lighthouse, California

Pt. Reyes National Seashore, California

Black Butte Lake, Orland, California

BLM Lands, Cottonwood, California

Central Valley Mendocino National Forest, Red Bluff, California

Almost all these areas are now in wildflower bloom and spectacular.  So from the deserts of Arizona to the deserts of Washington now is a great time to explore these areas.  The California coast is always special anytime of the year, but you are going to have a lot more company now than in winter. 

As for me the next week will be spent in piscatorial pursuits up in British Columbia.   And yes, I did have to look up piscatorial in the dictionary.

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1 comment:

diana said...

Hi from a new reader. Your posts are excellent and fill a much needed slot in the blogging world.
I was disappointed that you didn't find a place in boondock on the central CA coast though. Oh well, looking forward to reading as your blog evolves! Best of luck in this venture.