It’s never felt better to say Happy New Year Everyone! Many thanks to all of you for taking some of your precious time to read and visit my blog in 2020. I hope I was able to play some tiny part in making this rough year more tolerable for all of you particularly those of you who were housebound for all or much of the year.
Included below are links to a few of my most visited blogs from the 2020 plus maybe a few of my favorites peppered in for balance! It feels like I haven’t been anywhere in 2020 or seen anything but this little exercise going through my photos and posts certainly says different. (So thanks for that.) Cheers for a better 2021 wherever you are! Be Healthy and Happy Travels wherever you go.
Social Distancing in Plymouth, California | Bulldog Travels
Coloma drive-by | Bulldog Travels
San Francisco Zoo Tiny Doors | Bulldog Travels
Muir Beach, California | Bulldog Travels
Pacific Grove,California -John Denver Park | Bulldog Travels
Bodega Bay Kortem Trail Update | Bulldog Travels
Otis R. Johnson Wilderness Park, Fort Bragg California | Bulldog Travels
Amador Flower Farm | Bulldog Travels
Wide Open Walls 916 – Social Distancing Edition | Bulldog Travels
Going out for New Year’s Eve? Here are some neon pandas to light your way. Enjoy your evening safely! And here is to a better 2021! #WIDEOPENWALLS916
Happy New Year everyone. I am thankful and grateful for your readership and your comments and your friendship. I hope the final week of 2020 is a good one for all of you and we can collectively wish a better 2021 to each other. I hope 2021 brings health and travel to all of my restless and wanderlusting blogger friends. Cheers and Happy Travels everyone!
Merry Christmas from Bulldog Travels everyone! I hope your holidays are jolly and you are surrounded by light and love no matter how you find it. And please everyone let’s hope 2021 is better! Cheers. #WIDEOPENWALLS916
Nothing says Christmas like an underwater sea creature art mural. Enjoy your holiday time with your family and friends! Much love!
We could all use a little help please! I feel ya Batman. I feel ya. #WIDEOPENWALLS916
While walking up to the Donner Train Tunnels from where we parked we were perplexed as to why there were perfectly manicured rock trails seemingly where there should not be any. We started poking around and realized we had walked right past some pretty epic petroglyphs. I say pretty epic because there aren’t a whole lot of them around this area. Apparently the area was knows as a region where various groups of American Indian groups would gather and trade. The petroglyphs were thought to have noted the meeting spots with meaningful images.
The Donner Train tunnels are a fun day trip from Sacramento. Located near Donner Ski Ranch one can hike through one tunnel or all of the tunnels for about an eight to nine mile trek if you go the distance. It gets pretty damp, dark and cold so be prepared. Last year we went and everything was covered in snow and ice with monstrous ice cycles. This year we managed to visit right before Halloween and before the first real snow of the season. Lots of art can be seen although none too noteworthy. I found the patterns of the ceilings to be interesting and the tunnel lighting to be fun. This was a great socially distant COVID day trip/hike.
I’ve only just noticed that this pattern is not symmetrical which is of course throwing my OCD off. Ha. I do love this mural though. It’s bright and cheerful and massive in scale. There are lots of people on the WideOpenWalls916 Instagram page who take gorgeous selfies in front of this one. I wasn’t feeling it the day I took this photo but here you are. 😉
My first trip to Art Alley captured the first photo which I did not even realize was incomplete. When I went back it had been colorized and brought to life. Any opinions on which you like better? Before or After? #WIDEOPENWALLS916