So Denny and I have been doing minor projects and surfing the 'net and I've taken quick snapshots here and there throughout the week. Next week is supposed to be better and we're hoping to get a round of golf and some sightseeing in at that time.
All of the birds in the next two photos are here in our campground. So far I've spotted hawks, turkey vultures (there should also be California condors in the area but I've not seen one yet), wild turkeys, California towhees, rufous hummingbirds, Anna's hummingbirds, California quail, scrub jays, yellow billed magpies, ravens, some type of woodpeckers (the old growth trees here are huge and the woodpeckers stay in the uppermost branches and are too far away to photograph), white capped sparrows, bluebirds, wrens, swallows, robins, black phoebes, Northern flickers and starlings.
The hillside to the rear of our rig is home to a huge number of gophers which chirp like prairie dogs to warn each other whenever Patches and I step out of the rig. A coyote trotted past on our first afternoon here and deer wander the far end of the campground. The clubhouse has photos of a resident bobcat, but I've not spotted him yet and don't know if he's still around.
Oh look--the sun is out. Time to see how long Patches and I can walk before the rains come again...