Author Archives: Skip@RR

Own Redding’s finest Bed and Breakfast!

Your rare chance to own one of Redding’s most desirable and highest rated Bed and Breakfasts! Apple’s River House Located on the Sacramento River Trail is a turn-key furnished, equipped, and ready to ramp up opportunity that has been in … Continue reading

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A Shasta Sunset 2019

lol, I tried to post this June 10, but never hit Publish evidently. So here is a sunset shot from last summer. According to my insider sources, Lake Shasta is as full as it will be for 2019, right now. … Continue reading

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Granddaughter takes flight

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Mountain biking in the Redding burn scar

Striking mountain bike video of the trails west of Redding, post Carr Fire. These riders and their coolest-ever dog, show what it looks like as the fire recovery begins. Green grass, flowers, and twisted burned manzanita. Looks like you can … Continue reading

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Heading to Redding after a good snowfall season

From Shingletown on Hwy 44, looking towards our destination, Redding CA.

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Shasta Dam with floodgates open

Redding is blessed by an abundance of fresh water. “Freshwater makes up a very small fraction of all water on the planet. While nearly 70 percent of the world is covered by water, only 2.5 percent of it is fresh. … Continue reading

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Stronger than Carr, the short film

The Carr fire of 2018 wounded Redding badly.  A few local citizens hired a local film studio named speropictures to create something about special about it, and it is quite amazing. The live event premiere of the short seems to … Continue reading

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Sunset at the Sacramento River near the rail trestle.

Unseasonably warm November weather helped me decide to shoot a timelapse of the Sacramento River at the rail trestle. It wasn’t a super spectacular sunset, but it was very pretty nonetheless. Over the course of shooting, I was surprised to … Continue reading

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Lenticular clouds at Mt. Shasta

Timelapse of the sky and lake taken 1/26/2018 from the Shasta Dam overlook. It was a beautiful day. Watch full screen.

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The waterfalls of McCloud

With perfect Fall weather, we and the dog spent the day hiking around the 3 waterfalls of the McCloud River you can reach easily from Highway 89. Upper Falls: Middle Falls: Lower Falls: Just over an hour’s drive north from … Continue reading

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