Monthly Archives: April 2015

A 60 second meditation can be helpful

Curating this. Sometimes you need some perspective. Click on the image below to find it.

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New video about the Diestelhorst Bridge in Redding

Shasta historian Dottie Smith alerted me to this new video on YouTube about one of my favorite bridges in Redding, the Diestelhorst. Here’s an image I captured in 2012, prior to the restoration work now completed.

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GTO drag race car for sale in Redding

Longtime readers will recall my friend Bob passed away a while back, and now his family needs to sell his race car. With all the car folks in town for Kool April Nites, I figure it would be good to … Continue reading

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Angry dog

Throw back Thursday. Here’s a fun image I captured last year in Italy. Not much this stone dog can do about the pigeon on its nose except glare at it.

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Have lunch in Redding today

We welcome Jeremy, our new cook, to Caffe Pagato! Jeremy has made Roast Beef Pepperonata sandwiches with Potato Salad today for lunch. #passionforcooking #deliciousness #lunchspecial #caffepagato Posted by Caffè Pagato on Thursday, April 16, 2015 I’ve posted about this interesting … Continue reading

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Colossal oak on Benton Drive

We had a strong wind last night. I saw some damaged trees around town. This big oak on Benton Drive still stands. We have some big trees in the Redding area. A while back, the wind took one of my … Continue reading

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Recently and quite inexplicably, my car seems compelled to periodically post this warning. Duly noted, car. It hasn’t proven to be much of a limitation.

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Joe Friedman break dances

My friend Joe Friedman let me shoot some of his calorie burning break dance moves in Anderson at California Dance Company studio the other day. I put it to music at YouTube. Thanks, Joe. Your hard work and practice is … Continue reading

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Cornerstone Bakery and Cafe in Dunsmuir

You can hardly get more central Dunsmuirian than the Cornerstone. A delightful cafe and bakery next to the California on the main street through town. The interior evokes memories of historic eateries infused with modern hipster vibe. Great colors, and … Continue reading

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Turning off the comments at

I discovered this by accident. Recently, switched using Facebook to host their reader comments. For a while, I saw no comments on any article. It was a revelation. I really don’t care that much what a random group of … Continue reading

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