Saturday, February 26, 2011

Mt. San Hedrin

This afternoon Lenore and I drove up to the top of one of the little hills on the south end of Willits in the Little Lake Valley. I wanted to create a panorama of Mt. San Hedrin in the Mendocino Range. Mt. San Hedrin is named after the supreme council of the ancient Hebrews. The peak is 6,186 feet above sea level. It is often covered in snow through out the winter months. Later on when we got home there was the most incredible sunset with all the snow on the mountains turning pink.

God's love and blessings to all,


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