Sightseeing with Sarah

Sarah gets paid to wander around in the wild identifying rare plants and counting birds and bugs and tortoises.  I know, right?  These are from her June trip to Holcomb Valley Road near Big Bear.  The Holcomb Valley was the site of the largest gold rush in southern California, beginning in 1860.  Was Sarah panning for leftover gold?

By the way this is officially the 200th Rambler post.  Woo hoo!

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