A crashed computer is not the way to begin the new year. Neither is having to cancel two Toastmaster Club meetings because of illness! The computer crashed last week after a Microsoft Windows update, slowing down my ability to post this blog. Fortunately, a friend came over and fixed it.
The computer wasn’t the only thing sick. I belong to two Toastmaster Clubs and we had to cancel a meeting in each because of illness! So, I’m wondering just where 2018 is taking us. We’re also below normal rain fall. But, it’s supposed to rain this weekend and next.
We need the rain and more water brings more waterfowl to the wildlife areas. Laura and I went up to the Sacramento National Wildlife Refuge (SWR) and Gray Lodge Wildlife Area recently and spotted three bald eagles, lots of hawks and other birds. We had a great day. In this post I’ll show you most of SWR and continue in my next post with the remainder and some of Gray Lodge.
It’s only midway through January, so thinks could get better. The computer could continue working and it may rain a lot through January and February.
6 thoughts on “2018? Sacramento National Wildlife Refuge”
I’m sure the year is going to be great!! I love the first photo, amazing colours! And the portrait of the eagle…. just wow!!
Thanks Mercedes. We were lucky to find three bald eagles.
Hope everything works out. That bald eagle is stunning.
Thanks Tim. Everyone is still sick. The virus just won’t give up this year. I hope you’re not experiencing the same.
Fortunately, no illness. I do wish the weather would improve. I might get some photographs tomorrow. I’m headed to the City.
Try to stay well or at least get better if you are.
I’m holding my own by taking immune boosters daily. Everyone around me is sick though.