Continued from Part 1
I love this collage of signs. As Casa de Fruta has grown and added new signs, they have added their old signs onto this one.
Such a history piece.
Old farm equipment dots the whole area and is always brightly painted.
Yes, there is an actively working train.
As they say, ''If you not the lead dog the sight never changes!''
Katie and Bella see something!
Ah, it's M! She went inside to get us each a piece of their scrumptious Toffee!! They have any and all kinds of candy you can imagine and it's ALL handmade!
Example: Reese's cups the size of your hand!
On the way back we could see just how low
the San Luis Reservoir was.
The dry area you see in the foreground should be underwater!
Normally the water would be up to that top ridge.
Serious drought... by seeing this it really puts things in perspective.
We were lucky enough to receive a great constant downpour last night, a little over half an inch. It will help, but not really enough to get us out of the hole. But every drop helps! My gardens drank it all in and look completely refreshed and renewed this morning.