The River Festival is back, almost…

The annual River Festival was in full swing this weekend, after a year off due to the pandemic. The festival usually features kayaking competitions, but once again, the river’s flow is too low due to the drought. But the music, food, and beer was flowing non-stop. The festival, which is normally free to attend, was,Continue reading “The River Festival is back, almost…”

Activities on and around the river…

Even though the weather was atrocious today, cold and rainy with the occasional snow shower, there were a lot of people out enjoying the fresh air. The following are a few of the images I shot while on my own fresh air walk. From a bicycle gang (yes, a gang from Gilroy, CA wearing theirContinue reading “Activities on and around the river…”

Kayaker in Distress

With the river flow rate at a low point, few kayakers have ventured out on the water. This young fella appeared to be in distress when his kayak would not right itself. You can see in his face the desperation he experienced while struggling to get back upright. He nearly lost his vessel if notContinue reading “Kayaker in Distress”