Cyclists meander along the Sacramento River Trail, youngsters run the bases at Tiger Field, gardeners tuck tiny plants into fresh beds of dirt. Take a deep breath of that cool, crisp air and savor the feeling—it’s springtime in the North State.
Now that we’ve finally gotten some of the glorious rain that our North State needed so desperately, we’re marching into spring.
While youngsters chase leprechauns and search for that elusive pot of gold, we can’t wait to watch Dorothy follow the yellow brick road during the Cascade Theatre’s production of “The Wizard of Oz.” The production marks the 10th anniversary of the Cascade’s renovation, and it involves some spectacular technical wizardry — the likes of which have never been seen before at the theater.
As we gather with loved ones this month, our hearts swell with gratitude for life’s blessings, large and small. We’re thankful for so many things, including having so many fascinating places within an easy drive of home.
Bicycling enthusiasts often load up their bikes with the intention of heading out for a particular type of terrain, be it mountain trails, grinders, long and easy roads or steep challenges. Hopefully, there will also be a wealth of natural beauty to enjoy. What if there is an area where all of the above could be found within a short drive? There is such a place, and it’s called Siskiyou County.