Scenes from around Stockton

Just a few scenes from Stockton over the past few days

These sailboats were in the Delta on Sunday at Buckley Cove

A look at a lone boat.

From sailboats to a different kind of boat

The 163-foot long Casino Royale docked at the marina across from Stockton Ballpark.

And speaking of the ballpark

A look at Stockton Ballpark scoreboard from the seats along the line in short rightfield.

Another view

One of the best views in a ballpark for seeing all of the action is from the outfield.

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