Small Towns and Rural Communities

Small Towns and Rural Communities

Small Towns and Rural Communities Saving America’s Soul one Micro-Brew at a Time In the 20th century, we saw the sharpest decline in rural and small communities in the history of human existence. The hardship, lack of opportunity and big city luxury drove people to seek the faster paced lifestyle of the cities. This has grown into a near resentment at worst between the urbanites and rural dwellers. At best, it is mutually considered a…

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Stream of Consciousness

Stream of Consciousness

Stream of Consciousness from a Wandering Lost Coast Conservative Written by a Rabbit Valley Rebel I don’t smoke pot. When I was a kid, my brother was a “stoner,” and grew his own stash on our roof in suburban Southern California. I was more into sports and middle class life. I associated pot with the “counter-culture,” and wanted no part of it or him.   Hello… we are out here too, the silent minority, living or…

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Humble Abode

Humble Abode

Humble Abode Million Dollar View at Half the Price Local gatherings flourish at the home of Mark Marin’s Loleta cottage. Whoever said you had to write a seven figure check for a million dollar view must not have been shopping in the right neighborhood. While many flock to the city for a fast-paced life, there’s still an abundance others who prefer the great outdoors.   Mark’s house hunt began in December of 2011 and ended almost…

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Hunger Pains

Hunger Pains

  Hunger Pains   Living in Humboldt County, it is hard to find a person who has not been personally touched by hunger. One in six Americans do not have access to enough food to maintain a healthy diet. There is not a main road that doesn’t have a sign held up by someone whom it would be easier to pass than to give a hand. We see it everyday, in the schools you pass…

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Sean’s small zoo

Sean’s small zoo

Sean’s small zoo My son and I bought Robert, a Blue Tongue Skink , off Craigslist when he was about year old. My son came up with his name out of the blue when we got him two years ago. His Australian heritage makes him act like a small puppy. He loves to be held and is super tamed. His favorite food includes snails, meal-worms, crickets and mice! Robert weights about 1 and a 1/2…

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25 Things you never knew about Humboldt County

25 Things you never knew about Humboldt County

25 Things you never knew about Humboldt County Humboldt County is a fascinating place to live or visit for so many reasons. Whether you are an artist, a cinephile, architectural buff, naturalist, activist, outdoorsman, or historian you will find something special about Humboldt. Here are just a few of the reasons why Humboldt is such a unique place. 1. Brendan Fraser (star of “The Mummy”) lived in Eureka as a child. 2. Humboldt Bay is…

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Angel

Angel

The sun wasn’t shining as we walked along The limbs of trees hanging down To meet the others on the ground Reaching up, making walls Made by nature, big and tall The rays of sun did shine around On to my guardian angel on the ground Without her, where I’d be I don’t know But her kindness shined on through me to glow My guardian angel. Clearly you can see How the rays of kindness…

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DAKOTA AND KAI – ADOPTED!

DAKOTA AND KAI – ADOPTED!

Meet Dakota and Kai   Dakota is a fluffy, friendly 2 year old Alaskan Malamute. He is very friendly and playful. His girlfriend, Kai is a 6 year old female Siberian Husky. She’s very sweet and outgoing but has a snippy streak with it comes to cats. In fact, she get’s snippy with our her companion around. Dakota and Kai came to the Sequoia Humane Society together on march 1st 2012 as a result of…

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