Beautiful Northern California

It’s a rainy night all over the North State, so here is some beautiful scenery from Table Mountain to brighten your evening. We were there on a sunny Tuesday and hope to go again soon.

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Goldfields and lupine

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A little Pacific chorus frog

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Cascades of bird’s eye gilia

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Bird’s eye gilia, oakwoods violets, and purple owl’s clover

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Frying-pans, lupine, and owl’s clover

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Wandering near the top of Phantom Falls

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Looking across Goldfields to Sutter Buttes

About nancyleek

Nancy is a retired librarian who lives in Chico, California. She is the author of John Bidwell: The Adventurous Life of a California Pioneer.
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2 Responses to Beautiful Northern California

  1. Timothy Taylor says:

    I always enjoy reading your post about the people who settle Chico and Northern California too. I talked to you today at the museum after your talk with John, it was great and enlightening too. Thank you for sharing your love of history with us in such a fun way.

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