After the Rain at Sandy Wool Lake

In the San Francisco Bay Area of California, we’ve been hit with a series of “atmospheric rivers.” What this means to us is rain, more rain, then more rain. While I prefer the sun, I’m not complaining as we need the rain, and rain is certainly better than piles of snow.

Whether rain or snow, I tend to hibernate when the elements are less than favorable. If I hibernate too long, I get cabin fever. So today when we got a break in storms, I was more than happy to head out to Sandy Wool Lake in Milpitas. I’m sure the lovely creatures I encountered were just as happy as I was to see a little sunshine.

 

 

 

 

 

Wishing you all a good day,

Donna

 

 

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