|A mist shrouded Pudding Creek Trestle (John Loomis)|
|Wild flowers John picked this morning|
The fog was quite thick this morning with an air temperature of 52 degrees. The ocean was very calm and because of the cloud cover, the beaches were pretty empty except for a few brave souls.
Pudding Creek is being held in by a sand bank, so it’s not flowing out to the ocean. But did you notice how full of water the basin under the trestle has become. Pudding Creek east of the trestle was clear of algea and other crud that normally makes it look quite uninviting.
Nancy B. also promised to send me a list of attendees (Nancy, you're now in my little book!), so here's my best guess. There was Nancy B, Rick, Joe, Nancy T, Roger, Peter, Charlene, Ron, Bruce, Susan, John and a couple of late arrivals, whose names I don’t know, sorry.
A group of 10 of us had breakfast at David’s.
SUNDAY, JULY 31ST, POMO BLUFFS- NOYO BAY
SUNDAY, AUGUST 7TH, WARD AVENUE, low tide, 0.8 at 8:44
SUNDAY, AUGUST 14TH, CASPAR LOGGING ROAD
NEXT SUNDAY, JULY 31ST @ 8:00 A.M.: POMO BLUFFS- NOYO BAY see our routes above
EVERY TUESDAY AND THURSDAY, GROUP RUN @ 7:00 A.M.: BIG RIVER LOGGING ROAD.