Bitterwater Road, east of Paso Robles, Ca. off of Hwy. 46 E is one of those long meandering country roads that I’m sure lie outside every town. This time of year is the best time to take the time for the mini road trip. I intended to wind up at Shell Creek to get some wildflower pictures, but I pulled over a few times too many and it was too dark by the time I got there. Here are just a few of the many photos I took that day. If you want to see the photos larger, just click on one.
Let’s share the road, please.
A roof sitting atop a collapsed structure. I was told later that it used to be a general store.
An abandoned property?
Obviously, I think, no one lives in the house . . .
I can see for miles . . . Interesting – there is no fencing between the cows and the roadway.
Sort of looks like something you would find in Europe. Couldn’t tell if it was once a structure or a wall.
My trusty steed and some of the gorgeousness I got to observe that day in March, 2015.