Monthly Archives: July 2010

Hot squirrel in the Summertime

No, not for dinner. Well, perhaps dinner for something. But here we see an overheated squirrel taking advantage of the cool comfort offered by shaded concrete block. All Redding’s critters know that afternoon means siesta time, on a hot July … Continue reading

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Massive thunderstorm supercell over Mineral California

I took this quick shot yesterday afternoon from Lema Ranch in Redding. This classic supercell looked almost like a mushroom cloud. Mineral is about 70 miles from Redding by car, so you can just imagine the huge size of this … Continue reading

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Paranormal activity in Redding? Who you gonna call…?

I received a call from Lynette Gooch of River Cities Paranormal Society, NorCal Chapter. It seems she had run across an entry in another blog post I wrote about a Redding house for sale with some paranormal qualities. I assured … Continue reading

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Fun Walk photos from Mt Shasta for the 4th of July

We went up to Mt Shasta again this year for Independence Day. We did the fun walk. The t-shirt color was red this year. We are a sea of red. The weather was excellent, as usual. It’s a serious run … Continue reading

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Hard Row to Hoe

“Red dirt and rocks,” is how Raymond Miller describes his 10 acre organic farm out off Bowman Road in Cottonwood. For 28 years, Ray has found the hard row was the right road for him. Chard, onions, turnips, and squash … Continue reading

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Summer is for swimming kids

Craig brought his kiddos over for a swim, and I took a few shots. Cute kids. Swimming is integral to life during a Redding summer. Kids need to be waterproof here.

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