October 2015 - Happy 9th Birthday
● By Enjoy Magazine
Editor's NoteCover photo by Kara Stewart
We’re lighting another candle on our birthday cake this month – Enjoy Magazine is 9 years old! Our gift to you is another issue that’s jam-packed with articles about people, places and things that make us proud to live here.
It’s a lovely time of year for a Sunday drive. Old Town Yreka is a delightful place to spend the day, and the friendly shopkeepers would love to chat a while with you. If you’re into brainteasers, Confusion Hill south of Eureka bends the laws of nature. Prefer a hide-and-seek mystery? Wander along the Bigfoot Scenic Byway and see if you can catch a glimpse of the elusive Sasquatch.
It’s time for pumpkin everything, and we’ve got all sorts of fun ways to showcase the beloved fall squash in your home, so grab your glitter, glue sticks and drill. We’ve also got the scoop on Halloween’s unofficial mascot, the bat. They have a bad rap as a creepy creatures, but these flying mammals are worthy of celebration, enthusiasts insist.
Then, get acquainted with Karline Niver, the dynamo behind Déjà Vu restaurant and the proud new owner of Gironda’s Italian restaurant. We’ll tell you about some of her superpowers (fueled by Eggs Benedict with bacon, avocado and spinach).
Looking for a way to leave your mark on the world? It’s as easy as tucking some native plants into the earth. Anybody can help sustain local ecosystems by introducing plants that attract butterflies, bees, birds and more, and the Garden for Wildlife program can show you how.
Meanwhile, we propose a toast to each of you—our readers, advertisers and contributors—for nine years of celebrating all the things that make our North State great.
Happy birthday to us!
Happy 9th Birthday—October 2015