Monthly Archives: October 2015

Autumn fishing in Redding

Fishermen enjoy the Sacramento River in Redding under golden autumn skies. Click to slightly enlarge. #NoTroutLeftBehind #UrbanFishing  That’s Really Redding.

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A few soothing minutes from Patrick’s Point

This brief meditation is brought to you by Patrick’s Point State Park, which is just about a 3 hour drive west of Really Redding. A very beautiful drive, one might add. One of my favorite spots in Northern California, and a real … Continue reading

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Spooktoberfest at Turtle Bay in Redding

We attended the Spooktoberfest put on by Turtle Bay with kids and grandkids in tow. It was very well attended. A few scenes: Above, the super cute costume contest. Thanks to Turtle Bay for this fun experience from our family … Continue reading

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Jaimitos Tacos of Redding

Street tacos are a bit like pizza, in that everyone seems to have a different idea what goes into the dish. Jaimitos is one of the newer taco places in Redding, and offers their idea of street tacos and more.  Located right … Continue reading

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Jack’s Seafood in Eureka

We dined at the new Jacks restaurant in Eureka recently. It’s one of the newest restaurants in Eureka, and one of only few restaurants actually on the waterfront. I think the other waterfront restaurant might be Cafe Marina on Woodley … Continue reading

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TEDx Redding

Here’s a banner image created to spread the word about Redding’s TEDx events. “Redding’s best days lie ahead,” I think that’s true. I love the energy the organizers of this event find in our community. TEDxRedding is Really Redding.

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Carter House lodgings in Eureka

Eureka is a few hours drive west from Redding, but it might as well be another country in terms of climate and culture. So it’s always such a welcome break to get away to the Northcoast once in a while. We booked a … Continue reading

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Day on the Trail with Shasta Living Streets

We stopped in at the Day at the Trail event yesterday in Caldwell Park. It was a great Autumn day to be in the park and out riding the trail. They had beer and wine and wood fired pizza, and … Continue reading

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New animations

Here are a couple of new animations I created for an upcoming home we’ll have listed for sale near the Tierra Oaks Golf couse. Still images of a swimming pool and a koi pond just don’t seem to convey the … Continue reading

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Summer Schappell performs on national TV show

Local girl Summer Schappell appeared on a national TV show called “The Voice” this week. She did great, and you can watch it here: Summer Schappell is the granddaughter of Bill Schappell, with whom I shared an adjacent desk at … Continue reading

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