Rush Ranch – Solano Land Trust Wrap Up

Posted on 13 March 2010

Finally, some good weather. Although the trails were a bit muddy, over 21 adventurers enjoyed a beautiful day discovering Rush Ranch. The Marsh Trail and Southern Pasture are relatively flat and easy to transverse. The beauty of this open space and the wilderness it supports is fantastic. There is a replica of a Patwin Indian shelter and food storage unit made from reeds. On two sites, we were able to see the remnants of the grinding stones the Patwin’s used to prepare foods and grind grains. The Suisun Hill is the third trail and has about a 500′ incline. The view from the summit was fabulous. Rush Ranch is part of the Solano Land Trust and sponsors docent led hikes and special events throughout the year (check their link for their calendar). They work closely with the schools and scouting programs to enhance youth involvement and appreciation of our wonderful natural resources.

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