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Creation date: Mar 27, 2015 7:00am     Last modified date: Apr 2, 2015 8:31pm   Last visit date: Jan 24, 2021 2:13pm
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Apr 2, 2015  ( 2 comments )  
Apr 3, 2015  ( 3 comments )  
Marie Carr (nanarie)

Yes! the pretty purple flowers are lupins.Also my favorite. When we first lived in Palos Verdes there were still many vacant lots here and each spring they would be covered with these flowers in blossom. And believe it or not the last few years I have had some sprout, grow and blossom in a certain area of my yard.

Glad some fish were caught. There doesn't seem to be much water in the reservoir.

Christina Roper (croper)

Mom - The fish was not big enough to legally keep

Grandma - I could not get enough of those lovely flowers, so neat to see such beauty growing wild - God's creation is surely wondrous.

The reservoir was ironically and sadly being purposely drained while we were there, to help the fish downstream in the Stanislaus river - government at its finest

it was pretty infuriating - sad for the people that live in that county and depend on that reservoir for their water

Richard Carr (richard)

What a great time, especially enjoyed the photos of Lincoln!

Apr 17, 2015  ( 1 comment )  
Katharine Carr (katharine)

Lupins are my fav native flower too- nothing better than field full of lupins and golden poppies. Yes, the reservoir looked very low.  in other news, they are going to re- fill the Palos Verdes Reservoir ( actually in Rolling hills - but that is still PV) by 2017. they drained it 5 years ago. No fishing there though. 

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