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Tag Archives: Chico
In January ’09 I wrote a blog post suggesting using a rental car to get to airports outside of Chico. Since then Chico has gone from a one-horse town as far as airlines go, to a no-horse town which means … Continue reading
The Airline Attraction Committee, a joint effort of the Chico Chamber of Commerce, the City of Chico, and the Airport Commission, created a Community Travel Survey to gauge air travel use and attitudes among residents of Chico and surrounding communities, … Continue reading
As I wrote about in my last post, there is a great incentive for people to take part in the Run for Bidwell Mansion this Saturday the 31st. And it just got better. Runners who pick up their race packets … Continue reading
The nine days between now and 31 March constitute the final stretch in the fundraising effort to keep Bidwell Mansion State Historic Park open. The Bidwell Mansion Community Project’s last big push is the Run for Bidwell Mansion, taking place … Continue reading
Runners in Chico have particular reason to be grateful to John and Annie Bidwell. Without their farsighted generosity, there would be no Bidwell Park. Just imagine that. The beautiful park we call our running home would not exist, but rather … Continue reading
Hertz now has a car rental office in Fort Bragg. The location is conveniently situated at the south end of downtown at the corner of Franklin and Chestnut in quarters it shares with Sport Chrysler Dodge. (The location is owned, … Continue reading
If you’re a regular reader of my primary blog, “Planes, Trains, and Running”, then you are probably aware that I’m slowly writing a series called “Amtrak Service and Fares“. Similar to the “Airline Fare School” series, which I finished early … Continue reading
I live on a quiet one-block long street that runs between East 9th Street and Humboldt Avenue. If you’ve been to the little Has Beans Creekside coffeehouse then you’ve seen it. Two mornings ago my best feline friend was killed … Continue reading
This is a short post for Chico-area residents to remind you of a rare opportunity to take a remarkable train excursion on two routes that never have passenger service, and another that is normally not covered during the day by … Continue reading
Here is another way to ride the Feather River Canyon, plus an even more unusual stretch from Keddie past Lake Almanor and Westwood all of the way to Klamath Falls and back. The 3-day trip begins and ends in Emeryville … Continue reading