Infosnacks by William Lemos

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Eel River Swimming Hole

Eel River Swimming Hole

The Middle Fork of the Eel River provides swimming holes of amazing clarity and perfection during the hot summer days that engulf inland Northern California. Read More
Swarming Honey Bees

Swarming Honey Bees

Honey bees, members of the genus Apis, often swarm in the mid-afternoons of warm June days, spurred on by the creation of a new queen who leaves the home hive. Read More
Iron Ranger

Iron Ranger

An iron ranger is a device created to take the place of an actual human who might otherwise act as a collector of fees at a park or campground. Read More
Dungeness Crab

Dungeness Crab

Metacarcinus magister is a bottom dwelling species of decapod crustacean that ranges from Alaska's Aleutian Islands to Point Conception, California. Read More
Indian Paintbrush

Indian Paintbrush

Indian Paintbrush, or Applegate's Paintbrush (Castillaeja applegatei), is a red, five-petaled, two-lipped, sprout like flower on coastal headlands in spring. Read More
E. John Robinson

E. John Robinson

E. John Robinson was as professional oil and watercolor painter who devoted his life to capturing perfect light in his marine seascapes. Read More
Russian Gulch State Park

Russian Gulch State Park

Russian Gulch State Park in Mendocino CA, is a popular destination for campers from around the world. It is a magnificent campground on the Pacific Ocean. Read More
Douglas Iris

Douglas Iris

Douglas Iris (Iris douglasiana) is a member of the showy Iris family that blooms from February to April along the coastline slopes of California and Oregon. Read More
Eurovan Camper

Eurovan Camper

The Eurovan Camper is a compact minivan created by Volkswagen. Built in Europe between 1993 and 2003, these vans were converted to campers by Winnebago. Read More
Highway Litter Pickup

Highway Litter Pickup

Litter Pickup signs along byways in America alert people that littering is not acceptable and promote a group, organization, business, or individual. Read More
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