As a continuation of our Mt. Diablo tour, this one was taken looking south east where the fog was the heaviest. I was amazed to see the fog creating a wave-like effect over one of the hills in the valley.
Our local mountain, Mt. Diablo, is usually very windy up at the summit. The mountain is just over 3,800 feet and there can be a dramatic temperature difference from the bottom to the summit. I love how the wind sweeps over the grass that has yet to turn green.
The other day the clouds parted, it stopped raining, and I took a trip with my hubby up Mt. Diablo. I’m loving the rain these days for two reasons….one, we are putting a dent in the California drought and two, the hills around us turn so green that they literally look like velvet when they are completely green. The green velvet is coming….it won’t be long now.