Tehama - The Magazine

Fall 2013

Tehama - The Magazine - Red Bluff Daily News

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Childs Meadow Resort The perfect place for outdoor activities - Fishing - Camping - Cycling - Hunting - Horseback Riding - Cross Country Skiing - Snowmobiling - Photography - Painting - Writing - And Much More! Special Facilities for... - Outdoor Weddings - Family Reunions - Student Field Trips and other group activities. Childs Meadow Cafe Open mid-May through mid-October and holidays. 41500 Hwy 36E Mill Creek, CA 96061 His widow Mary Ann and two young daughters eventually decided to move West in search of a better life, arriving in Red Bluff in 1864. California Governor Low headed a statewide campaign to support the family and this small home was built for them in 1865. There are also numerous majestic homes along the way that may not be listed on tour maps simply because they haven't yet been designated historic sites, but which are also very significant and worth finding. While on your tour, make sure to stop by the lovely Kelly-Griggs House Museum, 311 Washington Street, to get an idea of what Victorian life was like inside the homes. Make sure to call ahead, though, as museum hours are sparse due to reduced funding and limited volunteers. (530) 527-1129. (530)595-3383 or (888)595-3383 ONE STOP ALL NEW FACILITY Your One Stop Convenience Store • 5am to 11pm 714 Walnut St., Red Bluff Thank You for Voting Us Best Gas Station in Tehama County Linda M. Fourby, LUTCF Insurance Agent Your Red Bluff Agent AUTO • HOME • HEALTH • LIFE • COMMERCIAL • FOREMOST • RENTERS • BOATS • MOTORCYCLES• BONDS (530) 529-2369 805 Walnut St. Red Bluff • CA Lic.#0C05427 More Than Just Bowling! Family Fun Since 1958 Bring in this ad for $3.00 off a purchase of $15 or more. One coupon per visit 365 S. Main St., Red Bluff Call for hours & reservations (530) 527-2720 www.lariatbowl.com 26 Tehama - the Magazine, October, 2013 See Page 24

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