Saturday November 12, 2016 Guerneville CA.
Nice day in the forest
I thought it would be a good day for a bit of a hike up in the hills. I needed to add some fuel to the dozer so I found a container and filled it up with five gallons of fuel and tied it to the quad runner and made sure I had the keys to unlock the tank on the dozer.
I rode on up this road to where the dozer was parked.
Fueling the dozer
I put the five gallons of fuel in the dozer.
And then I continued on up the hill a ways more on this road.
Walking through this area
I stopped and hiked through the forest here, keeping my eyes open for mushrooms as they were popping.
This is one of the best a primo one, just up and fresh.
Checking out this old road
I was having a look at this old road. It had a bunch of downed trees on it, but wouldn’t be too hard to open up.
This type of mushroom is also starting to come out.
Here’s a close up, not sure what these are called.
I continued walking out the old road, taking my time and enjoying the walk through the woods.
There were a few of these larger trees across the trail, so it looks like I’ll need my chain saw if I ever get around to opening up that road.
Another nice one
Another nice one. There are some fresh mushrooms coming up and there are a bunch of older ones too. They don’t last very long before they go bad. This is another prime one.
I found some apples too
I spent a couple hours or so walking around in the forest and then hopped on my quad runner and headed back down the hill. As I approached the old orchard, I remembered to check for any winter apples that might be still on the trees and found this tree that still had a few apples on it. I had a hard time reaching them, but I got a couple of them and they were very tasty.
Once I made it back home, a nap was in order.
Removed the headlight fixtures
Eventually I went back outside and started removing both front headlight fixtures on the van as I want to clean them up and put some paint on them so when I get the new headlight adjuster parts, I can put them all back together in good shape.
That was my day.