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"lake shasta" Discussed on The Life Stylist
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I talked about it with the incredible spring that's there, but Shasta has this really funny kind of Bigfoot alien mystique around it, where there is a pretty decent swath of subculture people that think that there's actually a civilization living inside Lake Shasta underground and the stories get pretty crazy around that area for some reason. Did anything Supernatural or interesting transpire when you were there? Were you impressed by it in any way? I always had my second favorite place on the planet. Really? Yeah. And what's first? I know the Dead Sea. Of course. I know the story of the lemurians and the telos beings that exist there. For me, I haven't had any of those experiences of interaction with beings, but the reason I call it my second favorite place is the water. I just love the different water expressions there and having a conversation or earlier how important water is. So you've got Stuart springs just up the road. I think that's actually quite a hot spring place. Yeah. Epic. Yeah. Did you go in the tubs inside? Yes, the tub is on and then the fresh water. Dude, when I went in, I was up at this farm called belcampo up there a few years ago. And of course, everywhere I go, the first thing I do is Google where's the Hot Springs. The first thing. I don't Google. I hate that word. I web search it. Google's evil. Don't kick me off there, please, Google. I use your drive a lot. So I find that hot spring and I go there. And I had said something like there was a sign on the wall that said, you know, don't get a massage in this water or something like that. And I was like, oh, whatever interesting. And so I went in, even though you're in a room by yourself, I wore shorts because I wanted to be able to go jump in the cold creek and not have to get dressed and undressed every time. And dude, I got like these micro cuts all over my legs and stuff. I think from my shorts touching some chards of minerals or something. Did you experience that? I was like bleeding from just sitting in this tub. This is the weirdest thing ever. Oh, you hadn't gone from the tub to the sauna. I did both, but so what happens is when you get out of the tub. It still has all of the, because it's such a hypertonic solution. It's actually the closest water I've seen to the Dead Sea water. Really? Yeah, you know how it feels like silk makes a very strange smell. Yeah, yeah, it's not sulfur smell like some Hot Springs. It's a totally, it's almost like ammonia. Yeah. It's a very strange smell. It's a different mineral expression. Yeah. And so when you get out of that water and your shorts dry, they go like cardboard. So without you noticing it, when you're walking, salt is actually crystallized light. So they'd be sharp components. That would have been giving you chafe. Yeah, it was very, because it wasn't like, you know, like if you took sandpaper and rubbed your arm where it just all turned generally red and was irritated. They were little cuts. They were actually bleeding. Because it would have been crystals. So like the points of the crystals were probably scratching your skin. As you were walking incredible strength, one to the sauna. Okay, noted if I'm ever back there again, I won't do that. So Shasta for you, the magic of that area is really about the water. So between the spring water around the mountain and then that hot spring. Correct. Wow, that's pretty impressive considering the travel you've done. Yeah, that it really left that impression. Yeah, and the redwoods as well. I mean, they're an incredible being and once you go a little bit further north, you've got the Smith river and the rogue river and Crater Lake. So just that whole area. But yeah, I feel Shasta and Oregon has the best water on the planet actually. Second to New Zealand. Yeah, it feels very inductive to me. Yeah, I agree. What about Machu Picchu? That's somewhere I've not been on my kind of reserve bucket list, not the first bucket list, but it'd be nice, you know, but it's not like I'm dying to get there. Did you have any interesting experiences there? Or anything that informed your worldview, career, projects, et cetera? I did, yeah. So Machu Picchu has three main mountains you can climb. And the main mountain that everyone thinks is much picture is actually winter picture. The picturesque one. So Machu Picchu itself is much higher. And only about 20 people a day climate because wherever you are 2 p.m., you have to come back down because I don't want to risk people running out of light. Yeah, I climbed match picture made it to the top and I remember doing a meditation at the top and woke up and there was a condor. In front of me. And no way. Yeah, yeah, and condors don't usually go to those altitudes. And it was interesting because Brad, who I told you about my business partner had given me a book to read called the celestine prophecy, like years before, and I hadn't read it. And I felt like I wanted to read it on my way to Peru. I was trying to find the book couldn't find it anywhere I got to the airport, went to the bookshop. They said, no, we don't have it. They said, there's one other book shot like miles away. So I walked over to that other bookshop to see if they had it. And I was sitting on the counter next to the register. The last one that they had. So I was actually reading the celestine prophecy on the plane on the way over, and it literally felt like that kind of journey. As I was traveling through the sacred valley, to get the match picture, then had the meditation and it was quite early for me. It was 2013. So it was quite early in the journey. But it was still very beautiful. At the bottom in match, which you village, there's Hot Springs again. Really? Yeah. All right, I'm on it. Yeah, yeah. The amazing thing with that is you'll do this huge hike during the day. You come down, you get in the Hot Springs, and then in the morning you feel like you haven't even walked. It's this so rejuvenating, right? So it's a great example. Again, of the minerals. Of how rejuvenating and revitalizing they are and then you go
"lake shasta" Discussed on The Life Stylist
"In some interesting, again, like going back to the timelessness of infinite eternity, right? It's so interesting to think of the false sense of security that we have and how going back to those attachments, right, how we get attached to this body. And this is the way the world is. And this is how the geography is and the seas are here and there. And these people are from there and those people are from there. And it's like, who knows how many times this planet has been essentially a different planet. And then these cataclysmic events take place and the whole thing just boils over. That's why I kind of sometimes lovingly get a kick out of people that are very well intentioned wanting to save the planet. There's a great George Carlin skit about this and it's like in the skit. I don't know if you've seen it but he's like, the planet's fine. You people now might be fucked, but the planet's not going anywhere, right? Because the plant will just recycle itself and they'll be lava and volcanos and great floods and asteroids and whatever and it just like morphs into something different over billions of years. It's really interesting to think about that. Something else to express itself. Right, right. Don't let me forget to go back to sungazing because that's one of my favorite practices too. It sounds like you've taken it to another level that I would like to learn about with water, have you geeked out on this concept of primary water? Meaning water that is actually produced by the inner earth that's outside of the hydrological cycle that we're taught in school. Yes. Tell us what you know about that. I find this concept fascinating. And also just a part of me just I just know that it's true. If you go to Colorado and go 10,000 feet up the top of a mountain, that's not water that's gone through that cycle. It's like levitation water. That I really believe is coming from it's made by the earth. And then if you think about the official narrative of how the oceans came to be, it's like, oh, water floated from outer space and landed on the surface of the planet and just somehow magically stuck here. That's just never sounded logical to me. So it seems like I'm going into your water as expressing itself through matter, right? It seems like the earth itself is just a massive water generator. Beautiful. What have you learned about that or what's your take on that? I've never actually thought of the earth as being a water generator, but yeah it is I agree with this. Okay, so let's just say the theory of primary water is right and when our 10,000 feet beneath the surface, there's some mechanism of energy that puts different molecules together and creates water, right? And then eventually it comes up in springs forth through a spring. And then that goes down into brook streams, creeks, rivers, into the ocean, that precipitates and goes up into clouds and becomes snow and rain, and then drips down the mountain, right? And that's the classical hydrological cycle. But where did it all come from in the first place? And why does more of it keep coming? Like we were talking about Shasta, if you go to the headwaters of the Sacramento river in Lake Shasta, it's a massive geyser of water that's been going that way, producing that water out of somewhere for all of recorded history. There's no time when we know that that was not happening. And someone who's very logical and linear would say, oh, that's just all the snow runoff from that big mountain that seat down into the aquifer and it's just coming back out. And I'm like, then why does it have the same volume of water coming out, whether it's snow melt time or not, right? It's not like there's less water at the end of the summer toward fall when it would have all drained out, you know what I mean? I mean, I think about things in a very flintstone and simplistic way granted. So for any deep intellectuals listening to bear with me, but I'm just talking like gut common sense just like let's forget all we've been taught and just be innocent children and to be teachable and curious. But that's what seems to be happening to me if I just take everything I know out of it and just my gut says the planet is a giant water generator. I agree with you. Yeah. How does that make sense? Totally. And the bottom of the Dead Sea what I was showing is it's connected in a so that's another example. Oh wow. Yeah. Really? Yeah. Did that come to you in some sort of just an inner knowing in a meditation or something? Yes. I knew we were going to get along. Not that you just get along with people that agree with you. But it's nice to have your intuition validated. And your experiences. Yes. And the other way to think of it too, right, is what is recognized by science as H2O. And the earth is generator of H2O as well. Because everything's in the field. It's manifesting out of the field and returning back to the field. And so we're generators, the earth is generator, the sun is generator, the galaxies are generator, atoms, a little generators, little energy centers. So it makes sense that the earth would generate water from within. Very good. All right, so sun gaze in. This is something I heard about, I don't know, maybe 20 years ago, and it just made sense to me. And then I interviewed people like doctor Jack Cruz and different people that kind of explained that. Circadian biology side of it, you know, and how so much of your hormones and neurotransmitters are regulated by your exposure to different spectrum of light, so the red light present at dusk and dawn and kind of the scientific validation of it is interesting also. And the history of it, right? There's been sun worshiping cultures throughout recorded history. But I have never been able to find a definitive practice for it. And so when I talk about it because I do it just about every morning we don't get sun as many days as you do probably, but out that window right now, you can see the sunrise depending on the year. I can't see the sun set from here, but I can get that sunrise. So I always leave the curtains open, so the light wakes me up so that I make it in time to see the little gold ball come up. Beautiful. But I always give the caveat, go study with someone before you just randomly start to sun gays because you could hurt your eyes if you're doing it when you get too much UV too late. So did you study with someone or did you just wing it and figure it out? What was the practice that you applied? Yeah, so I listened to a YouTube that was my introduction of friends sent me a YouTube by a gentleman called HRM and
"lake shasta" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"App, this is Bloomberg radio. Now a global news update. Officials are hoping for a go when it comes to a rocket launch on Saturday, NASA will try again to launch its Artemis one, moon rocket. The massive 32 story rocket and its Orion capsule are scheduled to blast off at two 17 p.m. eastern from cape canaveral. The previous launch attempt was scrubbed on Monday because of a leaky fuel line, Artemis one will be sending three mannequins into space, fitted with sensors to measure radiation levels. The main objective though of the mission is to test the heat shield during reentry. At least 8 migrants are dead after being swept away by fast moving currents in the Rio Grande, dozens of migrants were swept down river Thursday and border officials in Texas were able to rescue 37 of them and took them into U.S. custody. Officials say the drownings happen when a large group attempted to cross the river, which was running with strong currents after multiple days of rain, they say it's the deadliest mass drowning along the border in years. The White House is asking Congress for more than $22 billion in additional COVID funding. Brian shook has the latest. PRES secretary karine Jean Pierre said it'll tackle pressing ongoing needs. That includes vaccines testing and treatments, Jean Pierre said it'll also cover research aimed at confronting future pandemics. The White House is seeking nearly $4 billion for the fight against the monkeypox outbreak, another 6 and a half billion would go toward natural disaster relief. More money is being requested for Ukraine in its ongoing war with Russia, along with funding to address the war's impact on U.S. energy supplies. And a California wildfire is destroying homes in its path, the mill fire near Lake Shasta has forced nearly 8000 small town residents to evacuate, fire officials say the blaze has spread to over a thousand acres, fanned by 36 mph winds, officials say multiple houses have been destroyed and several people have been injured. I'm Jim Forbes. President Biden is urging Congress to pass a $1 billion arms deal with Taiwan, the news comes amid increased tensions with China over Taiwan's island status, the State Department announced it approved three separate proposed military sales for Taiwan with Congress being notified. A U.S. Department of State spokesman said that the U.S. being able to provide defense weaponry is essential to Taiwan's security. New Jersey authorities say a shuttle ban was carrying factory workers when it crashed on the palisades interstate Parkway overnight. Natalie maggiore has the very lightest. Palisades interstate Parkway police officer Raymond Walter says it took about 45 minutes to get everyone out of the vehicle. There was a
"lake shasta" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"A Wednesday, July 7th Hump day as we're well, well in December today, the hot spell Is going to hit us. The heat wave is going to hit us big time. Let's return to handle on the news, Jennifer Jones, Lee Wayne and me, which is not great news, considering the fires already burning in California. Now, here in Southern California, we have the Gorman fire. That one is that 1.5 Square mile fire near I five. They've got that 1 65% contained but then go to Northern California and the one that's really the threat. Is the salt fire. And this is the one near the Shasta Trinity National Forest. 41 buildings destroyed. That includes 27 homes. This is right around Lake Shasta. Kind of at the top of Lake Shasta. I guess. And you've got a couple other fires in the area. The lava fire north of the city of Weed that 1 72% contained now and you've got the tenant fire 57% contained, But I'm also keeping my eye on a fire. They just broke out in Plumas County, and they've got evacuations there as well already. It's just California in the summer time you're aware that weed is going to be the central station for the bullet train. It's all going to come out of weed. You know that. Goes through. We'd Fresno and weed and the hot spot. I'm telling you, you, boy. You're not kidding. A lot of vacation hotspots, especially we'd well, you can have your fires over here.
"lake shasta" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"A good choice. Jacob Classic. Be careful. Every song I play as long as it's not musicals. With whispering, singing and not actual singing, singing about doing everyday normal things right can do this pile of paper like letting the woman drowned in the surf. Is that what the song's about? I heard? That's what the story's about. Maybe not. Gary and Shannon K. F. I am 6 40 live everywhere on the I. Heart Radio AB Quick rundown one last time of the big stories that we have been following, Of course, the fires in Northern California 24,000 acre fire called the lob of Fire about 27% containment. A new one started near that same area near Lake Head, which is just north of Lake Shasta. That's about 4500 Acres. The conditions there are bad, just in terms of the fact that it is so incredibly dry in that area. Those trees are so dead so many Of them and it is going to be hot up there. The tally of the missing in the Florida condo collapse has been reduced down to 1 28. But the confirmed death toll is now at 20. They pulled out two bodies overnight, including the seven year old daughter of a Miami firefighter. In fact, it was his crew that found the body of the seven year old. And then the big deal statewide is that the official recall election date has been announced today. It is a Tuesday what The announcement was, of course, expected for a long time, and John and Ken were giddy. I don't see those guys get he very often. They were giddy yesterday in announcing that All right. Our nine news nuggets. You need to know this is a series of stories that, uh, well, we couldn't get too because obviously there's so much other stuff actually going on in the news that we were You know, we were busy with those. And for today's selection of sauces, we turn to our residents sauce, master. Well, we still have some of that expired mustard that we have to finish, which was really good. I disagree with their ever being an expiration date on mustard. I think sauces are okay if they're expired. And then second we have a new garlic A Li Oh, that's nice. Hey, although that one looks it looks funny coming out. But a little thick. It smells smells I I like it. Um, I don't is there. Manet's in that one. Well, yeah, that's what I really is. It's just mail. Joe is out. Just give me barbecue. We don't have any barbecue. You're not paying attention. We've got mustard and we've got, like holy. You know what? That's all we get today. Get mustard. Come in here and make demands. Fine. Actually, Can we get some barbecue sauce? Can you just not play music? Here's our honor. Honorable mention horrible.
"lake shasta" Discussed on KCRW
"On press play Back in the nineties, a hedge fund guy wanted to take advantage of the rapid growth of the Internet, so I decided I would Try and find a business plan that made sense in the context of that growth. They picked books as the first best product to sell online. That company was called Amazon. And now it has a presence in nearly every aspect of our lives, from shopping to the Internet to movies to home security. How did that happen today at noon on press play on KCRW. Yeah. Janine Herbst after the Trump Organization and its chief financial officer, were charged with a 15 year scheme of defrauding taxpayers yesterday. Prosecutors are broadly hinting there's more to come. Andrew Bernstein has more. Both Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr and New York Attorney General Leticia James. Sat in the courtrooms front row, then remained mom to protect an ongoing investigation. The charging documents described a personal role by former President Donald Trump and some of the charges, including writing a check for private school tuition and signing a lease that were part of the alleged tax fraud scheme. In its final count, prosecutors say the defendant's removed information from Donald Trump's own business ledger. Intending to quote commit another crime. Trump is not charged and has maintained he did nothing wrong. His company and CFO pleaded not guilty for NPR news. I'm Andrea Bernstein. In New York. Hiring accelerated last month above economist expectations. The Labor Department says nonfarm employers added 850,000 jobs in June, but still many businesses are struggling to find workers. Hospitality led the way adding 340,000 of those jobs. The unemployment rate rose to 5.9%. Wall Street at the Open is in positive territory. The Dow is up 32 the NASDAQ Up 54. This is NPR. You're listening to KCRW. I'm Cherry Glazer As we head into the Fourth of July weekend. California is already facing his first major wildfire emergency of the year. Three fires, fueled by bone dry brush and timber near Lake Shasta, have burned homes and forced thousands of people to evacuate. Together. The blazes have burned more than 30,000 acres and all remain largely out of control. Joanne Jarvis lives in the evacuated community of Lake Shasta Tina near the lava fire, which was sparked by a lightning strike last week. She says she's holding out hope that her home will be standing when the smoke clears. Just like the people do When you see him get off the airplane, and they kissed the ground. I'm going to kiss my house, but luckily I have a ring doorbell. With the camera so Couple times a day. I check it's to get still there. The southern most of the blaze is called The Salt Fire started Wednesday and tripled in size. Yesterday at almost 5000 acres. It shut down several lanes of Interstate five, and unofficial reports say that at least a dozen homes have burned. All told, At least a dozen wildfires are burning in California right now. Of financial management firm appointed to act as a co conservator of Britney Spears, the state has dropped out of the arrangement. This follows the pop star's dramatic testimony last week, demanding an end legal oversight She's been under for the past 13 years. Bessemer Trust was appointed in November to act as co conservator of her state, along with Spears, Father Jamie, according to petitions filed yesterday, the company said it agreed to its role with the understanding that the singer consented to the move. Hearing on the company's request could happen as early as today. Meanwhile, the L. A County court system is shutting down its remove remote audio system. After tape of spear streamed testimony leaked onto the Internet as KCRW's Darryl Saxman reports, the court has been ordering websites that are sharing the audio to remove it. The remote audio system was just introduced in January, in part to give the media access to court proceedings during the pandemic. There was no hint of any problem until Spears testimony about how the conservatorship headed by her father has impacted her life. But the leak Spears audio prompted court officials to flip the mute switch, according to the Hollywood reporter. Before Speer spoke. The judge had warned listeners not to record her testimony. Band live tweeting about the event and even required reporters present to use pencil and paper instead of their laptops to take notes. It's not known who leaked the audio, but if they're caught, they could be charged with a crime case. Sarah W. Is Darryl Saxman support for NPR comes from workday committed to delivering quick insights to.
"lake shasta" Discussed on KGO 810
"Temperatures trend back up. Heading into the Fourth of July weekend. The salt Fire broke out yesterday and quickly grew. It's threatening homes around Lake Shasta north of Reading. There are also evacuations forced by the growing lava fire near Mount Shasta and another in the Klamath National Forest. If you miss the Blue Angels, they're coming back to the Bay Area for Fleet Week this fall. The Blue Angels canceled last year because of the pandemic, but they will return along with sleep Fleet Week. From October 3rd to the 11th, which check your traffic around the Bay area. Paul Rogers is in for Heather. This afternoon. He's been watching some slowdowns in the East Bay, his report sponsored by Staples Stores. From the Chilton Auto Body Traffic desk. Eastbound 24 the Caldecott at Old Tunnel Road. A crash has moved to the shoulder with eastbound 24 is all bunched up, down and onto 5 80 north, Um, 13 heavy out of Montclair. It's an old grade north beyond 6 80 already slow from autumn All parkway up the hill to Palacios Road East down on the Dumbarton about mid span, a stall reported in the right lane. He's found 2 37 North First Street, A fender bender is stuck in the number three another vehicle in the center divide and traffic, starting to back up their San Francisco 19th Avenue, one of three lanes shut in both directions for utility work between terrible street and Lincoln Way. Westbound Bay Bridge, still recovering from an earlier crash in San Francisco, is heavy from the island to the one on one split, heading out of the city north around 11 bunched up from Cesar Chavez. He's found 80 and lower back to the Bay Bridge. Staples is evolving to staples Connect a new world of possible with innovative tools for small business and remote workers and learners. Explore what's new at your local staples store or staples. Connect dot com. The KGO weather forecast. It's a much of the.
"lake shasta" Discussed on Farm To Table Talk
"So the two major projects in california one is federal central valley improvement project in that begins in lake shasta and and that's more agriculture. It a residential. The other one is the state water project which begins in lake oroville and that's through the delta. The contract on state water project is four million acre feet which metropolitan fifty percent of that which theoretically we would get two million acre feet. But it's really rare that you ever get one hundred percent allocation or this year for example. Our allocation is five percent in on the federal project. It's as zero percent so that's about us as bad as gifts. Then there are a lot of local. Water districts along the western. Sierra there are Different projects that are more local and so the contractors on the federal estate of project usually have another supply and so that supplemented water but You know all of the st l. Everyone's hurting and groundwater production is also a very big part of the water splash. California and most areas have a portion of their supply that comes from groundwater might explain groundwater so you're primarily talking 'bout wells that's correct and so these are offers that there may be tapping into a water level that they're able to drill. Imagine they have to drill pretty pretty deep to get waters. Yes i mean it depends on the area to if you're closer to watershed you may not have to go quite a steep. But this another situation where over the years that water has been over pumped and there's just no question about it on so what may have taken centuries to develop water levels. Inner groundwater basin has been pumped out over the last fifty to sixty years and it wasn't until a few years ago that the state of california enacted the Groundwater sustainability management plan. And that's gonna to take a while to get into place but That's going to be really difficult to me. There's no question that of lands guate- production some estimates much as anchors. But it's a overdue that we dealt with that problem or deal with it and so you know the time is now and Working very hard to figure out how to do that. The best way for everyone involved in lease impact both for for the people that rely on that water supply randy. I heard that the in some areas that the ground is sunk like forty feet or some credible of a number Is zack close to to correct. I'm not sure about the actual footage but yes it's significant in it's causing tremendous issues with infrastructure for example the state water project now has sunk in certain areas which reduces the capacity which means that. We're unable to pump as much water as we want to win. The waters available for example is cheaper so on and you've also got highways natural gas pipeline son. It's a it's a real issue that's going to have to be dealt with. And we're very hopeful that with the the money the federal government seems to to make available for infrastructure that.
"lake shasta" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Yard before turning the gun on himself. The Santa Clara County Sheriff's Office says they're still working to establish a motive. However, it appears he was targeting his victims. A suspect in the dozens of shootings, hacks of either BB or pellet gunshots, a car windows on freeways in Riverside, Orange and Los Angeles counties. The CHP is investigating whether Rodriguez was one of many or the sole shooter in the more than 100 attacks, mostly on the 91 freeway. He's being held on a $750,000 bond. Sharing, reared and Kate ABC News, more details emerging about the Murray and accused of stealing thousands of rounds of ammo from Camp Pendleton, Ed him a coven reports new military documents a 28 year old Marine sergeant gunner not in had about 12,000 rounds of ammo and three grenades in his possession. KGTV report sergeant not in a scheduled for a general court martial. He's also accused of obstruction of justice. His message is not in is one of five Camp Pendleton Marines under investigation. Did you catch that? The suspect accused of stealing ammo is named gunner. Some of the largest reservoirs in California are only about half fall. The Department of Water Resource is, says Trinity Lake stands at roughly 60% of its average capacity for late May. Lake Shasta is that 52%. Lake Oroville is at 46% and Folsom Lake is at 45%. Officials say this winter's meager Sierra snowpack has already melted and there's not much left to add anything to existing reservoir levels. KBC News is sponsored by Panera at Panera Dinner is hot and ready to serve, grabbed the creamy Mac and cheese in a bread bowl. The classic bacon turkey. Bravo sandwich or try.
Sierra snow pack at 59% as 'drought-like' conditions continue
"Below normal for this time of year. That's important because the snow pack provides about a third of California's annual water supply. Shawn to Guzman, with state Department of Water Resource is says they'll be watching closely to see how much snow melts into rivers and streams and ends up in our reservoir, Orville Is currently at 53% of average, and Lake Shasta, which is California's largest surface water reservoir. Is that 65% of average statewide, California's largest reservoirs are on Lee soaring about half of their total capacity. He has California got more snow and rain this winter, so they're anxious. They're I should say more snow than rain this winter, so they're anxious to see how much snow melts as the weather gets warmer. It's opening night.
"lake shasta" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Temperature changes. Other reservoirs do just the opposite. And Lake Shasta seems to be one of those reservoirs. I talked to Andrew George about how the conditions affected shaft of this past week. Andrew. The standard question of the week is the weather we've had the last few weeks. How is it changed fishing on leg Schefter? It's actually turned for the better For once. I know I've been given some not okay reports and that's just a fish. But right now you've been honest. You've been very honest. That's important. Yes, there's like, right now. The guys are finally certainly catch him and guys are actually starting to catch him dirt shallow, so you can get him anywhere from zero All the way out to 50. So now there's a number of things guys were doing hula Grubbs. Thank goes, of course, but I guess it's one heck of Ah spoon bite out there as well. So they they're on the shad school. So that means the shad must be within the top. 50 ft, Then out Believe all that snow, Mel and all that runoff definitely got bay pushing back up. Finally. Okay. Are they in the coves like the deep coves or the out in the main body of the lake? They're going to start moving into the backseat coves. I know that because some guys are starting to see him back there. And, of course, their main lake, and some guys are actually starting to see better size Shad, too, And it's been a while since we see that talking like 2 to 3 inches. Oh, boy. Oh, boy. Fish will get fat on those on hurry out. Definitely So s O this even though the since this Tuesday's rain, it's been real cold. And of course, it's a different scenario for almost every lake, which is very interesting. Shasta seems to rebound from any kind of. Ah, slump pretty quickly and it doesn't take much and it sounds to me by fish being scattered depth wise. That they're just the beginning of the priests. Pond might be in evidence here. Uh, Definitely. I think you hit it right on the head. I think we're just right around the corner from that, or if not just a couple of really nice days. So it might be a chance to catch a big fish. Uh, maybe twitching or ripping a little Bates. Is that possible out, Shasta? Oh, yeah, definitely. I mean, they're chasing shadows will definitely eat that, especially without water temp dropping a little bit. What about what about plastics? If you were going to go out and just do something on the bottom, what would you be using right now? Specifically green pumpkin hula grubs that brown cinnamon purple hula grub. And then, of course, the same configuration and sank goes and the sky text with the belly spin would be really good, too. Okay. You like that, Billy spin, huh? I do, especially this time of year when they started chasing around them. Shadows heavy as they are. Yeah, OK, let's turn our attention to trout. What's the latest there? They should be with this cold water near the surface. What do you hear him? Oh, man. Yeah, It's been great anywhere from 20 to 40 ft. I think's been the prime depth for those guys. And I've been seeing a lot of really big Browns and rainbow Scott. Lately, all top 20 ft. Seems like Okay, Well, well, that's good s O You say 20 to 40 ft under standard you talking about the top 20 like already morning. I'm sorry, and then 20 to 45 that that's not the top 20 So 20 to 45 been good. I'm sure you can catch him up top the 20 to 40 fives. All I've been hearing and guys were using a lot of speedy shiners. Trip lures and hum dingers at the moment. Yeah s O is that is that shad related? Do you think Definitely especially the colors have been seeing guys by black white, white straight chrome's, You know the occasional gold but Just all shad patterns. That's Andrew George up. It fills prop in reading. That's pretty good fishing up there. That's just going to get better and better. That number 5302754939 you know, it's there's so many people bass fisherman. Uh, I kind of get a kick out of they got their bass. They're going to go out and they're gonna bass fish. And Shasta. I mean, what better lick to go out? And if you wanted if you wanted fish for bass fish for bass at the right time of day or whenever the conditions permit, And when the bass fishing is slow, you go trout trolling You try to pick up a brown You pot. Try to pick up a big rainbow or maybe a king salmon. Um, And then you can go back to bass fishing. I mean, doing both. There's a lot of fun. Uh um, Unless unless you're just a bass fisherman with a brand new bass boat, which dictates you must bass fish. But anyway, Shaft is a great lit to do a variety of fishing and we haven't had that great of reports on the coast. Although it was encouraging a while ago we got a report from Kenny priests that the Checco as bad as it was on Thursday. For what turned out to be 60 plonker geezer bank fishermen fishing close to the bank to catch a lot of fish. They caught three fish on Thursday. Yesterday broke wide open. I caught a lot of fear so hopefully that'll turn the corner on some of those coastal streams. In the meantime, last night, I talked to Matt Mitchell. About fishing on the Trinity River. Matt. Why the people on the coast are Fishing. The rivers that air coming in shape. One by one. They're not finding big numbers of fish. You seem to be doing better on the Trinity. How was this week for you? You know, if this pretty well this week, actually, I had some Fly fishing trips fishing with indicators and nips and we've got a good bump in the flows. The river blew out. I think last can remember what day it was to be honest, but, um, the last three days has been really fishable and fishing. Well, so So do you feel that there's been fish in the river all the time, like like down in the gorge down burnt ranch that and these storms. They're just bringing him up a school that a time what's going on there? I think that's probably a fair assumption. I also think there are some fresh fish like today. We hooked one that was pushing 30 inches came out of the water. Had it on a while bent to hook out. Unfortunately, um, but it was a beautiful chrome fish. It almost looked like a coastal fish that had not been in the river long and then we also today we got one. We got a downer. And then, uh, but we got one dark fish, but it obviously been in the river for a while. Not spawned yet, but she was dark, So I think there's a mix but I think a lot of these.
"lake shasta" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"As could be. So an interesting scenario. Very Esther will check on that. It's been kind of all these storms kind of turn that upside down a little bit. I mean, you just don't know what you're going to get over there. We'll try to figure that one out of first. Robbie Dunham will join us a little bit later on, actually. Actually, Yeah. Robbie Dunham will right. It's seven o'clock and he's been fishing Comanche and hasn't been wide over here. That temperature think comes into play. Hasn't been wide open, but he goes out. He puts in his time He gets some fish. You know, it may not be limit fishing, but that's what you get with a lake like Comanche that water temperature dropped. And those fish. You can catch him, But you know, it's not as good as when you know if this weather stays stable. And we get a little warmer storm that Comanche just gonna take off because they have not slowed down there Planning program just because there was a lot a lack of camping there. Which still just boggles the mind while they would do that, but they just pounded it. There's a lot of fish in that lake and don't get discouraged. If you experience tough fish in there they are there. Temperatures come up a little bit away. We go, Um up on Lake Shasta Shasta. Sometimes it's strange. It's immune to all these conditions, and that's what's happening now. The bass fishing took an upswing this week. Figure that one out now, few bigger fish are starting to show and the bass here's what they're doing from 50 ft, right upto on the bank, which means it's kind of the first indication of that priests pond where.
"lake shasta" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"In the water that you have toe keep changing, You know, cleaning lines every now and then. But there's a few fish they did. They did do a plant I believe yesterday. Yeah. Excuse me of £600 in the pond and £600 in the cell show around. Okay, Well, you know, it's Comanches of funny Lake. Uh, You gotta you gotta you can't go fishing for three hours and leave. That's one thing because who knows what happens at one oclock, Right? Well, you know what? That's funny. You said that Because even at Amador on command, she might. My bikes have been picking up after 11 12 o'clock until about three. So I wonder strung is on and it does one that surface temperature up. I think it does get that fish on a little more of a bite. Then it does early morning when it's super cold. Robbie. Thanks for calling in You're catching your fish for catching limits for your customers and command. She's only going to get better. That's good news. Have a good week out there. All right. Thank you very much. Bob. Okay, Robbie, Robbie Dunham. Coke Machine Guide Service. You want to learn how to catch trout Cocaine er, these lakes after you go with 20971266. 11. Um, we didn't have time to bring you A report from Cal cuts key, but he's getting you know it's a fish a day upon the check. Oh, um Hurt Porter Guerrero is doing good catching bass up at Lake Shasta. On a few trout. But he's bast vision that here again the best times of about 11 to 2 to catch bass, and he's fishing down his deepest 40 ft. On he's got a He's catching fish. He's doing a good job there his number 806 704448. She's perfect type of fishing for families or a small group up 23 and four people. Well, tomorrow's the anniversary 131 173 year anniversary of the gold rush. James Marshall Coloma and I got just just go back in time for a brief second. Here's what people had to go through. One gentleman came out and 18 52. Didn't make it. Gold mining. He went into some hard goods he sent for his wife from Pennsylvania. She got to the East Coast took a steamer to Panama. Across Panama on mule back took a steamer up to San Francisco, then a paddle wheel boat to Sacramento Road, the stage to Coloma and perched on a freight wagon to get up by Georgetown. Ah, Woman alone and 18 53 have a good week, everyone.
Suspect tries to escape FBI using underwater "sea scooter"
"A bizarre ending to a chase involving federal agents. Here's correspondent Alex Stone with the store. FBI agents were after 44 year old Matthew Matthew Piercy, Piercy, who who they they say say ran ran a a $35 $35 million million Ponzi Ponzi scheme. scheme. Federal Federal prosecutors prosecutors say say When When the the FBI FBI showed showed up up to to arrest arrest Pearcey Pearcey he he took took off off There There was was a a vehicle vehicle chase. And then he jumped in the lake Shasta with an underwater Submersible device. He was underwater agents could only see bubbles. He was in the water for about 25 minutes. Finally, he got out of the free Did water and was met by waiting. FBI agents now under arrest facing charges of wire fraud, mail fraud, money laundering and witness tampering. Alex Stone, ABC News It's now 10 minutes after five
When a myth becomes a mystery
"Owls Welcome to kids Miss Mysteries! I'm your host kid crumb today. When a myth becomes mystery for today's Podcast, I decided to begin with the definition of terms I started with myth I went to my webster dictionary and came away with the following a traditional story, especially one concerning the early history of people, explaining some natural or social phenomenon, and typically involving supernatural beings events, next I locked up mystery something that is difficult or impossible to understand or explain I needed a local place or event that fit both definitions and had more from myth to mystery, and decided on Mount, Shasta California Shasta a dorm volcano located at the southern end of the cascade range in Siskiyou. County. California is has erupted approximately. Approximately every eight hundred years for the past ten thousand years and vulcanologists will tell you it is overdue. It has seven glaciers, three small glaciers on the southern flank for the larger ones are located on the north and east flanks for those who live next to the volcano, especially on the north side in the Lake Shasta area remnant from the last eruption are easily visible, ranging from lava tubes amounts left by cry, pyroclastic flows Labra Shasta is an incredible site and occupies the lands of four native American tribes. The earliest myth was that the great spirit Scowl came down from the heavens and fought with the spirit of mountain. Ussamma known today as Crater Lake. Indeed this is how the ancient. Ancient people of the area explained volcanic activity for years. It was believed that Shasta contain sacred healing waters during the eighteen eighties, teenage psychic rhetoric Spencer Oliver who lived in the nearby town of White. Rica wrote a book a dweller on two planets. It was published by his mother in nineteen five six years after his death. It was among the pages of that book. That young Oliver, mentioned the many tunnels and chambers in and Beneath Shasta some will tell you that the publication of dweller onto planets was went. Myth turned to mystery for Mount, Shasta, remember now that myth is a traditional story, especially one concerning the early history of people or explaining some natural, a social phenomenon, typically involving supernatural. Supernatural beings or events and mystery is something that is difficult or impossible to understand or explain tunnels and chambers below Shasta is certainly hard to explain it and qualify as a mystery but Oliver, and perhaps hundreds of other authors claim that these chambers are occupied by the survivors of Atlantis still others describe Americans remnants of a lost civilization as the occupants who occasionally wander into the town of Shasta city to trade gold for supplies. Any locals of the area described little men from Shasta that only come out at night, wandering the surrounding woods collected herbal edibles Shasta has been variously described as a doorway to another dimension. I hidden UFO base, a time warp and containing a black hole, still malkin. will explain that CHASTA's Bass. Lava tunnels are filled with molten rock at it is the fifth most likely of all knows the United States to erupt next so there you have it. Mount Shasta Crate example of a myth that's turned into a