Monthly Archives: June 2010

Ugly cat

Spotted this ugly cat rummaging around in my backyard last night, apparently cleaning snails in the pond(?). Have you misplaced your homely kitty who washes snails? You may claim it here. It didn’t respond well to “Here kitty kitty.” It … Continue reading

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Burney’s new wind power turbines visible from Redding

RS wag Bruce Ross was wondering if you could see the Burney wind turbines from Redding. Yep. These images were taken yesterday, shimmering in the heat. This is from a ridge overlooking Walgreens and Starbucks on Lake Blvd. Image taken … Continue reading

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A few more Lake Shasta images to inspire the boaters

Just a few more Lake Shasta shots to stoke the Summer season. All taken a few days ago.

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ReallyRedding gets a makeover

Break out the vuvuzuelas! ReallyRedding gets a new look! Our old look was starting to appear tattered and worn out. The software was 5 years old; a dogs age in computerland terms. I nearly lost the entire blog back in … Continue reading

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Impulsive

A few days ago, I previewed a bank owned house located on Little Cow Creek in eastern Shasta County. Not far from that property, was this vision in a meadow. Pointed in the right direction, ready to head downstream in … Continue reading

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Kobe opens! A few quick images.

Coolest/hottest new restaurant in Redding. We welcome Kobe and wish them great success! The only thing more delicious than these images is actually eating there. In addition to the flaming Teppanyaki cuisine sampled here, you can order up artistic sushi … Continue reading

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Cottonwood kids find a cave on Mars

Check it out! A group of kids from Evergreen School found a skylight to a Martian lava tube. A familiar geological feature to Northern California cavers, here in volcano country. Real science, but then we have high expectations of our … Continue reading

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Finding Dottie Smith's website is like striking gold

I recommend you spend some time here. I admire Dottie’s work very much. She is quite an asset to our community. Check it out.

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Gorgeous days on Lake Shasta

Here’s a few images of the lake I took the other day. Stunning beauty everywhere. Yeah, that’s why we live here. Not Really Redding, but just up the road a bit.

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Strawberry Fields forever

I took this image at the Certified Organic Farmer’s Market last Saturday. Looks like the number of vendors and farmers has seen a certifiably healthy increase. However you can also buy from local farms direct, all week long. This Strawberry … Continue reading

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