Guess where we went!
for you retards who can't tell, it was Red Bluff.
They have a downtown historic district; reminded me of the historic district in Deland.
We knew they had a Rally's so that's where we went first.
They have a great bakery! I don't know what this was, but it had chocolate in it.
PBR!! (there are hipsters in Red Bluff.)
He's eating some awful Starbucks oatmeal cookie.
Owls from a sports store where Rich bought a knife.
We walked just about everywhere, leaving the car in random parking lots. This dog came from a Dollar store - you pull his tail and he vibrates.
Pocket dog and Rich bought me that hat that I wore for the rest of the day, haha.
We found a random pet store that was actually pretty cool for allowing video & you could reach in and touch the animals; that is, if it was safe.
Store dog, he was sooo lazy.
One of the animals you can't pet.
..they had a python.
And here's how big he is. BIGGER THAN ME. It was terrifying to see that thing move around in there too...
We messed with the birds for awhile. They were very amusing.
Pocket dog had to go in the back pocket because we almost lost him outside the pet store.
Eat up! They have several restaurants there. I want to go back for them one day.
..she wasn't playing anything good. Rich actually turned down our radio to hear her for a second.
I love the architecture they have there. Every building is unique even though it's attached to whatever's next to it.
They have a silly motto.
They have two parks by the lake, we went to this one and walked through the other one.
California is 90% rocks btw.
lol my hat.
T lake. Lots of expensive looking houses on the other side of it, too.
Some goose we harassed. I was afraid it was going to chase us down even though it'd have to climb up quite a ways to get to us.
Colorful llama's in the other park.
It was kind of broken. But still cool.
We found a feather to put in my hat, so I could look even more like a pimp.
Rolly polly! Hadn't seen one of these since FL!
Because it was Monday, a lot of places were closed.
One place we found open was a cookware store. I talked to the lady in there about the town and stuff. They had a lot of neat things in there. Those pans were my favorite.
Town's clock tower.
There were memorial bricks around it.
Rich got a paper for Chico - another town further south of Anderson and Red Bluff. Supposedly it's bigger. We might plan a trip there.
This store was great. All kinds of alternative stuff; the lady that worked there was cool. I almost got some really nice shoes there, but they didn't have any in my size :(
Lots of Asian places, too.
Rich flipped out because there was a random soda machine in the neighborhood parts, right behind someone's parked truck. It was in good working condition, too.
Car is flammable.
Pocket dog became windshield dog.
And I found they have a Del Taco in Red Bluff.
Cliff's on the drive home.
The industrious building that's in Anderson.
This isn't even all my pictures. So more to come later; because we didn't really go home that night, haha.