Electric Car Travels Part 4

Sacramento to Fresno (Part 2) Those who follow this blog, electric vehicles have a warm place in my heart. My electric car journey, began in the summer of 2019 after my personal car was totaled. There is a car sharing program in Sacramento (Gig). With a Gig car, using your phone you can rent anContinue reading “Electric Car Travels Part 4”

California Here I Stay

May 2020 I have grown to love Sacramento.  However from time to time, you need to go back home.   It had been nearly three months of self isolation in Sactown, work, home, Safeway, repeat.   I needed out, I needed the ocean. A former San Franciscan, the Mighty Pacific has always had a calming effect onContinue reading “California Here I Stay”

California on Lockdown?

Gov. Gavin Newsom announced Monday that most California counties will soon be in the state’s most restrictive COVID-19 tier amid a surge in cases and that the state is considering a curfew. “California is pulling an emergency brake,” he said in announcing that 41 counties, which comprise over 94% of the state’s population, will beContinue reading “California on Lockdown?”

What Happens When a Wildfire Meets a Pandemic

A home in flames in Vacaville, California.Paul Kitagaki Jr./Zuma The potential dangers of smoke mingling with the coronavirus in people’s lungs have doctors worried. By: Lydia O’Connor/HuffingtonPost Since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, a dreaded question has hung heavy over Californians: What happens if a bad wildfire season hits and we’re still in the throes of COVID-19? With about twoContinue reading “What Happens When a Wildfire Meets a Pandemic”