Tuesday December 14, 2021 Guerneville CA.
It seemed like a good day to go for a yak as the weather guys said it’d be sunny with moderate wind. Good enough for me.
I got my stuff together and drove on down to Jenner. Hummm, it looked like it was a bit windier than the weather guys said it was going to be so I drove on through Jenner to the overlook where the river flows into the Pacific Ocean to have a look and think about it.
River’s mouth area
Well fed critters
On the wind, I can handle the windy part but there was a cold chill on it so I was thinking of moving on and doing something else today.
Jenner boat ramp
Charlie’s place is on the way to Monte Rio so I decided to stop in to visit with him for a bit as I haven’t seen him in quite some time. He was home so we shot the bull for a bit before I left.
Monte Rio boat ramp
Loading up rocks
From there I headed on home as I figured it’d be a good time to take my rig up into the hills and load it up with some rocks from this slide. I break any real big ones up with the sledge hammer to save my back a little.
Repairing the crossing
That load of rock got unloaded and it looks like it will take a couple more rock loads to completely repair this crossing. But that was a good start and my back was saying enough so I didn’t go get another load of rocks like I was thinking of doing.
More nice rocks
On the way home I spied these rocks along this road so I stopped to have a look see.
Sat with the chickens
I went on home and let the chickens out into the front yard and sat with them until they went into roost when the chicken pen doors got shut up for the night.