It is unbelievably beautiful up here this afternoon, and so, I am going to sit on my sunny, warm, back deck. Maybe take photos, and enjoy this wonderous place where I live. Perhaps, some photos after sunset … but maybe I will be too busy living it to record it.
After sunset. I lived it, and I recorded it, and as soon as I find my A/B cord, I will download then upload some shots of the beauty of where I am blessed to call home.
This is my deck. It is only 8 ft. wide, so I plan on expanding it.
It’s is not much of a deck, yet, but it makes up for it in views.
This is what I see all day, every evening, and every sunset. Am I blessed or what?
And the sunsets can’t be beat! That is a Big Leaf Maple, getting ready to bud out. Spring is almost here!
Here is the weather update from NOAA’s NWS for tomorrow’s storm:
RAIN WILL BE THE MAIN CONCERN WITH THIS SYSTEM PRODUCING 1/4 TO 1 INCH IN THE POPULATED AREAS AND UP TO 2 INCHES OVER THE HIGHER TERRAIN. THE RAIN WILL FALL MOSTLY WITHIN AN EIGHTEEN HOUR PERIOD BEGINNING EARLY FRIDAY MORNING IN THE NORTH BAY AND MID-MORNING IN THE MONTEREY BAY AREA. THE WIND WILL PICK UP A BIT…BUT REMAIN BELOW 35 MPH.
And here is the road update from Cal-Trans:
The Alder Creek Slide is now fully open. Lucia is one lane with flaggers, until a signal light can be put in. The work near Ragged Point is complete. For the complete report see the Cal-Trans announcement page.
Finally, Fred Garcia, one of 3 candidates for Sheriff (along with the idiot who locked down Big Sur, issued that horrific notice threatening to arrest anyone leaving their property to help their neighbors) wants to meet with Big Sur on Wednesday at 6 pm at the Lodge Conference Center. Garcia has been endorsed by the deputies union. Article in today’s Herald: here