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April 2016

A trip to Chico, California, always requires a drive around the Sutter Buttes. Every April like clockwork, our business takes us to the Chico Wildflower Century rides, put on by Chico Velo Cycling Club, and every year we drive around the Sutter Buttes, rising in all their tiny glory from... Read more →


While in Monterey for the Sea Otter Classic, we took some time to walk the grounds of the Asilomar Conference Center outside Pacific Grove on the Monterey Peninsula. Asilomar houses a cluster of historic buildings designed by the prolific California architect Julia Morgan. It’s a perfect spot to go and... Read more →


While enroute to follow a different story, I rolled across a bike route that takes people from downtown San José to the city’s Eastside area. Unlike most of the east-west roads in the city, there are no freeway on- or off-ramps to cross, so bicyclists aren’t fighting with high-speed traffic... Read more →


A Little Free Library. They are, literally, small boxes usually on pedestals or posts, that house books that people can borrow or replace with one of their own. An initiative started by two guys from Wisconsin, Todd Bol and Rick Brooks, it has gone beyond the boundaries of the United... Read more →