The number of wild places to walk near Jimbo’s is as great as it is at home in New Hampshire, and we took as many walks as we could work in. Some got pictures, but not all.
One day I remembered to take pictures along the Yuba River.
So do the rest of us. We walked through the woods, past this fallen, woodpecker-worked tree trunk,
and on until we came to a place where a funnel cloud of some kind had recently gone through.
Uprooted trees were all around.
We kept going until the trail was completely blocked by branches and trunks.
Of course, in January, at 4000 feet, most winters would have this trail covered in snow. Not this year.