The two younger kids and I took a drive westward to the Montezuma Hills out in the delta, where there is an enormous wind farm (boondoggle, in other words) which nevertheless makes for some interesting photography.
The windmills are gigantic, towering like three armed skyscrapers over the otherwise bucolic landscape.
Below is Azevedo Road, crawling across the greening hills.
In populous California, there are still lonely and isolated places, which are more common that one would imagine. Below is a stock tank and three hoary old trees, which haves seen many hot summers but few people.
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