I have noticed readers are still "tuning in" to the GCG. I am sorry the paper is no longer being updated. I have relocated for a job. However, I am still writing and you can still keep up with what I am doing.
I am now writing a blog. So far, the posts have been relatively short. Soon, though, I will be including information about events and businesses in my local area. Since it is a popular destination for many, I am sure you will be interested.
Be sure to pop over to my blog, Coolstuph4u.webs.com, to see what's up- and be sure to share the site with everyone you know. My blog will continue to feature the interesting information you have come to expect from me- and much more.
Thanks to everyone for your continued interest.
Nestled in the back roads of Palermo, there is a unique home where abused, special-needs and otherwise homeless animals go for a little TLC—and a whole lot of love. Claire Pass and her husband, Ron, moved to Palermo, California, in 2006 when Ron was having difficulty finding work. Claire has experience as a Veterinarian Tech and had always dreamed of running a rescue “farm.” However, she did not just want to care for large animals such as horses and cows.
Ron & Claire opened Critter Pass Ranch Rescue & Sanctuary in 2006 after they moved from Oregon to Palermo with a couple of horses. Since then, Pass and her family have rescued animals of all sizes, from mice and ferrets to ducks and horses.
One very special furry family member of Critter Pass Ranch (CPR) is Barney. FULL STORY
I have been experiencing a lot of trials lately- and a lot of stress. Obstacles have been thrown in my path that have prevented me from writing and publishing the GCG as I would like. It has been a very tough time, but I don't give up so easily.
Monday night I had the opportunity to go to Fort Bragg and stay at a great ocean-front hotel. The Beachcomber Motel & Spa, located at 1111 North Main Street, has some great amenities.
One of the best features, in my opinion, is the view. I was able to see a lot from my private balcony. People walk up and down a path that runs behind the hotels- some with dogs, some without. There were even a couple of cute little kids riding their bikes.
I had full view of the ocean. I saw some people on the bluffs taking in their own view and others hanging out on the beach. FULL STORY
If it's vintage inspired new clothing you are looking for, Revolver Clothing Co. is the place to go. Revolver has great retro style for men and women of all sizes. In fact, owner Renee Morgan carries sizes extra small to extra large.
Renee dubs her shop the "Rockabilly and Pin-Up Parlor" and prides herself on carrying styles that won't be found in other Oroville stores. She also keeps a variety of retro Sourpuss designer bags in stock.
Revolver Clothing Co. also carries jewelry, hats, gifts, and other fun items. Renee will even special order items for her customers.
Revolver is located at 1333 Huntoon Street behind Greenline Cycles. They are open from noon until 6:00 p.m. Monday through Saturday.
For more information on products and specials, click on the link below. FULL STORY
The Orange Tree Senior Apartment Complex will be opening in October. The units will include one-bedroom smoke-free apartments.
Seniors age 62 and older can submit applications to live in the brand new apartment building now. The complex is a "green" structure and will have laundry facilities.
Residents will be able to participate in a community garden and other activities on the smoke-free campus. Ample on-site parking will be available for all tenants.
Rent for the Orange Tree Apartments is based on 30% of adjusted gross income for HUD units. The maximum annual income allowed for a person who wishes to apply is $19,150. A couple is allowed to have a maximum annual income of $21,900.
The apartments are located at 1511 Robinson Street. FULL STORY