Tag Archives: SoHum

And then the sun came back!

Thursday - 9 February 2006

And things are starting to dry up a bit. The road is holding its own for now, but here are a couple of pictures, which really don’t do it justice:   The road is now only half that width, this was taken in the beginning of the storms.   Over the side into the creek […]

Getting anywhere from here…

Friday - 13 January 2006

Well in case you don’t know, southern Humboldt and most of northern California were hit with a series of very heavy rain and wind storms starting mid-December. After a week of rain we were all like, “Wow the rivers and creeks are really running high, it’s so cool to see water finally.” A week later, […]

Reggae (ROTR) is upon us again!

Thursday - 5 August 2004

Last year I talked about 2003 Reggae on the River after the fact. It seems like every year it gets longer, this year the ‘real’ music starts at Noon on Friday, instead of 4pm. So? That means vendors, especially food vendors should be up and running by Noon Friday….BUT.. from Friday morn at 6am-till Noon […]

Growing & Changing

Thursday - 3 June 2004

I just made a whole long post with pictures and all… and lost it 🙁 This will be the quick and dirty style: – still learning the new system,printer,scanner tons of software, learning new work flows, ps7, and so much more: On another note, Frank Doran Sensei, Russel’s Aikido teacher from the bay area was […]


Friday - 14 May 2004

There are two of these side by side on the road into Redway. Simply stunning!  

Lois Lane..

Friday - 7 May 2004

I remember a line in one of the first Superman movies, where after Clark took away her memory, she comes into work and asks “What’s happening in the world?” There’s a feeling I get from that line, not that I am not aware of what’s happening in the world, but that my life has been […]

Citizen of the Year – Day to Day

Monday - 15 December 2003

Estelle Fennell – Citizen of the Year Last fall we had fires. We also had our intrepid reporter and news manager at KMUD, Estelle Fennel, who 24/7 kept us informed, went into the fire zone, and won great respect for her efforts from CDF and other locals. Estelle Fennel has been named Citizen of the […]