Monthly Archives: November 2015

Reflecting on life around Shasta long ago

Curating this intriguing video here. I often wonder what it was really like in the Northstate, say 600 years ago. We know very little for certain. But from bits and pieces of history I’ve learned, a kind of mental picture … Continue reading

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A Japanese Maple in Redding

In my backyard in Redding, actually. A few fall images I captured, taken at different times in the day. CLick any to slightly enlarge. Lovely Fall colors. Just another thing to be thankful for, on this Thanksgiving 2015.

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Climb Descend Repeat -in and around Redding

Here’s a locally produced film of a couple of mountain bikers enjoying some local trails around Redding. The terrain will look familiar to northstate viewers, even if you haven’t actually been on these particular trails. Nice production. Nice riding. We … Continue reading

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New Greater Redding Chamber of Commerce video

Here’s a brief video promoting Redding and our historical values of hard work. Nicely done. Our Realty has been a Chamber member since 2005. The Greater Redding Chamber of Commerce is Really Redding.

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Armando’s Gallery House Moroccan Dinner in Redding

Erin attended the opening night of The Moroccan Dinner at Armando’s Gallery in Redding and came away with a few images. He’s hosting another 2 nights, but I’m told it may be sold out. Looks like a lot of fun. … Continue reading

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Riley rides Redding

In Redding, we are blessed to have Whiskeytown National Recreation Area literally a few minutes drive to the west. In addition to being home to a beautiful lake, the area has numerous trails to explore. Below, my friend and colleague … Continue reading

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Redding from the sky

Redding writer Jon Lewis let me “borrow” a few of his aerial shots of my favorite city to post here. Click any to enlarge. Thanks, Jon! Beautiful from any angle, it’s Really Redding.

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Mt Shasta gets light cloak of snow

A gentle dusting signals our Fall season. The mountain has looked stark and barren all Summer. This light snowfall is so very welcome. The Toyon berries above are still more orange than red. But Fall has begun. Let us hope … Continue reading

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