Oaks, Cactus, Chickens

At last weekend’s Women’s Retreat held by St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church near the City of San Juan Bautista in California, we admired spectacular oaks, cactus, and chickens. I think the trees were California Black Oak (Quercus kelloggii), the cactus were prickly pears (Opuntia), but I have no idea what kind of chickens we saw wandering around the little town.

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Images Copyright 2010 by Katy Dickinson

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One response to “Oaks, Cactus, Chickens

  1. mike persichetty

    Thats most likely a Valley Oak, Quercus Lobata.
    Black Oak is typically seen from 200-2400 Meters.
    I have one that is huge. It’s diameter is almost 5′.
    It’s pretty sad seeing so many people depart Sun.

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