A Few Words from Elizabeth Weintraub . . .

During my 40 years in the real estate business, I have had the pleasure of serving extraordinary sellers and buyers who deserve nothing less than my very best. There is no greater honor than to receive referrals from my previous clients, affirming that I have served them well. My commitment to excellence in Sacramento real estate is why I continue to rank in the top 10 agents.

I am a Land Park resident in Sacramento who represents buyers and sellers throughout the Sacramento Valley. My designations include Certified HAFA Specialist and Equator Certified Platinum for short sales. As a top producer Sacramento REALTOR, I specialize in selling Sacramento real estate in Sacramento County, El Dorado County, Placer County and Yolo County.

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Photos of Visit to Borrego Springs, California

Photos of Visit to Borrego Springs, California

Here I am, sitting outside at The Mall on Palm Canyon Drive in Borrego Springs. You will note the plant behind my head that looks a bit like Medusa. Well, it is my new favorite desert plant called an ocotillo. In the spring, it features bright red flowers on its tips. One of the art stores at The Mall just got ocotillo sculptures. They seem to be made from rebar and painted green with red glossy floral tips. Very pretty. But I desire the real thing, an original living plant. I do not know how many tourists descend upon Borrego Springs[...]
Photos of Clark Dry Lake at Anza Borrego Desert

Photos of Clark Dry Lake at Anza Borrego Desert

After this blog about photos of Clark Dry Lake at Anza Borrego Desert, I believe I have one more blog to do to be finished with our trip. Normally I would not post so many photos and a bunch of blogs about one place, namely Anza Borrego Desert State Park, but I can't help myself. It's such a fascinating place, so much to see and do and most people in California have no idea where it is even located. Although it is the largest state park in California. How about those apples? It is located about 2 hours Northeast of[...]
Photos of Wildflowers from Anza Borrego State Park

Photos of Wildflowers from Anza Borrego State Park

This is the entrance to the wildflowers from Anza Borrego State Park in Borrego Springs, California. Unassuming. You might think oh, just another state park, not THE largest state park in California with vegetation, succulents, cacti, and wildflowers exploding everywhere you look, nestled under Coyote Mountain and the Santa Ynez Mountains. You're just not prepared for the spectacular Super Bloom of the wildflowers from Anza Borrego State Park. A Super Bloom can occur after several years of hard rain to wake dormant seeds, and it usually happens once every decade or two. No matter what you see in other photos or[...]
Photos of Palm Canyon Hike at Anza Borrego

Photos of Palm Canyon Hike at Anza Borrego

For those of you contemplating a Palm Canyon Hike at Anza Borrego, my best advice to you is just DO IT. You will NOT be disappointed. Anza Borrego is the largest state park in California. This blog is about the Super Bloom of 2019 in Anza Borrego State Park, and all of the photos were shot on March 19, 2019. We approached the Palm Canyon Hike trail at Anza Borrego State Park and saw a sign recommending that we carry at minimum 1 gallon of water per person. That seemed a bit excessive to my uniformed mind of how I would[...]
Photos of Fonts Point at Anza Borrego Desert State Park

Photos of Fonts Point at Anza Borrego Desert State Park

Would it surprise you to learn that Fonts Point at Anza Borrego Desert State Park is very much like the Badlands in North Dakota? Some people compare it to the Grand Canyon, but the Badlands were formed mostly by water, wind and freezing temperatures. Fonts Point was created mostly by water. Although it is windy, which is why I had to hold my hair off my face for this photo. Another interesting fact, the shadow you see down the center is a dry creek bed that fills from winter rains. The hills are golden in the sunlight. We were there[...]
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