Monthly Archives: September 2010

Agate Beach -new music

Dusted off the instruments and put up a new track. Reflecting on light surf I recorded on the NorthCoast. About 20 minutes of coastal ambience for meditation and study. I am going to try and load more of my music … Continue reading

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Redding immortalized on GoogleMap streetview

I was searching Google for Vintner’s Cellar phone number when I saw something unusual on the screen. My car. Apparently I was parked across the street on Placer when the Google Street View camera vehicle came by. If you search … Continue reading

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Cheap thrills at the Redding Dragstrip tonight

Perhaps better described as inexpensive thrills, tonight the Redding Dragstrip features Clash of the Imports and Musclecar Mania. Just $5 to get in, and $10 to race your street legal ride. The thrills start at 6 pm, so come on … Continue reading

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A Redding squirrel prepares for Winter

We humans have to learn to save for a rainy day. Meanwhile, local critters just know what to do. This guy (or gal?) was hard at work yesterday, gathering acorns. Oak acorns have supported life here since prehistory. So good … Continue reading

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A Redding fashion show at Bangz

Some of Erin’s friends put together a small fashion show at Bangz, the same evening as the Beer and Wine Festival. So we walked over to the venue for a few quick photos and food. Erin got the full make … Continue reading

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Beer and Wine Festival images from Saturday

Threatening skies overhead were only bluffing at Redding’s 14th annual Beer and Wine Festival held at the Market Street Promenade. Good thing the clouds were in actually, as the temperature was actually just right for the people and food. Here’s … Continue reading

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Lake Shasta still quite full for Fall 2010

I took these images at Bridge Bay yesterday. The lake seems really quite full for this time of the season. It looks like you could have really lovely day of boating out there. Sometimes the lake is way down this … Continue reading

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Institute of Technology moves to Hilltop Drive

Redding’s Institute of Technology has moved from Redcliff to Hilltop. It should be good to have the student population near the restaurants and shops in the Hilltop retail corridor. The Institute offers these programs: * Accounting* * Criminology & Emergency … Continue reading

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Red Bull on Lake Blvd gets a makeover

We noticed that the kitsch art sign we like at Finish Line Auto Body got a makeover since we first featured this iconic Redding advertising last year. Displaying a new flaming paint job and it’s very own special pedestal parking … Continue reading

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First ever Sundial Music Festival and Rib Cook Off

Erin took a few shots of the event on Saturday at the Convention Center. It looks like there were a lot of vendors. Between her shots and the image at the RS, I saw no musicians as subjects, so we’ll … Continue reading

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