hey there from the snow!
Well…from the little amount of snow left on the ground after a short snowfall right here a few weeks ago.
El Hub as well as I are still up in Redding near the Oregon border checking out household for the holidays, however we took a short drive yesterday to go to some relatives at their cabin not far from install Lassen.
Fun fact: Lassen Peak, one of only two volcanoes in the contiguous united states to erupt during the 20th century (the other being install St. Helens), is the southernmost active volcano in the Cascade Range. before its last eruption on may 22, 1915, it was a lot more than 1,000 feet taller than its present height of 10,457 feet.
Final Jeopardy, right here we come!
The household has a relaxing mountain cabin in the woods, as well as it’s gloriously peaceful as well as peaceful.
There are great deals of animals in the area (even some bears!), although I didn’t see any type of critters on this trip. I did, however, hear a woodchuck or chipmunk chucking in the distance…
Actually, I’m not sure what it was. It could’ve been a chihuahua on the loose. Honestly, what do I know? I’m a city girl, LOL!
Right now there’s just a light dusting of snow on the ground, which they tell me is unusual for this time around of year (it’s been a dry year). It was sufficient for me, though. I had a blast leaving my footprints in it as well as checking out the close-by woods.