The 16th was our 19th wedding anniversary. We drove down to Red Bluff since the restaurants there are open in Tehama county. We went antiquing and had a yummy lunch at one of our favorite Mexican restaurants. It was so nice to get out.
We also spent some time at the William B. Ide Adobe State Historic Park – It was the homestead of California\’s one and only President of the California Republic which only lasted from June 14th to July 9th, 1846. He was a Pioneer from Massachuttes and the Captain of the Bear Flag Revolt.
The adobe was closed but the grounds were open to walk through and since it was on a Tuesday mid-morning, no one else was there. Nice and quiet – situated next to the Sacramento River.
The backside of the adobe.
A peek through the window
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