We got up early to catch the Summer sunrise at Sycamore Grove Campground. It was a perfectly serene morning with interesting sounding birds chirping vigorously. Bats whipped around the crisp dawn air, hunting down their buggy breakfast.
Red Bluff Diversion Dam is a disused irrigation diversion dam on the Sacramento River in Tehama County, California. Until 2013, the dam provided irrigation water for two canals that serve 150,000 acres of farmland on the west side of the Sacramento Valley.
After Ocean Fishing in the Kayaks we went shelling at low tide. Alan comments on the size of the waves here at Anchor Bay Campground
Alan formally dedicates this episode to Richard Henderson. Enjoy the campfire while Alan tells the story behind this trip to Anchor Bay Campground.
Come with us next time to places like Anchor Bay Campground for awesome ocean waves and a beach sunrise. For now, enjoy this clip from our episode Outdoor Adventure to Anchor Bay Campground.
Alan Helmer visits the Clear Creek where the Saeltzer Dam used to be. Follow over his shoulder as he discusses some of the impacts of the removal of this dam.
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