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Old Posted May 3, 2009, 4:29 AM
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Chico, Redding, CA

Chico, CA (pop 86,949)

Chico is located about 90 miles north of Sacramento and is known mostly as a college town. I attended Chico State my first year in college.







































































































































































































































Redding, CA (pop 107,741)

Redding is about 70 miles north of Chico and is the largest city in California north of Sacramento. I stopped in Redding on the way back from a trip to Southern Oregon to see the Sundial Bridge. Not much else to see actually, but, I thought I'd throw in the pics here.















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Great to see some Chico - it looks like it has a pleasant vibe. The Sundial Bridge is pretty sweet, too. Thanks for the tour!


This bus shelter or ticket counter is really cool:
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Old Posted May 3, 2009, 5:25 AM
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looks like paradise
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thanks, we can rarely see these cities over here!
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good ol' California lifestyle
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Wonderful and quite beautiful photos! Thanks for sharing. I suppose Chico is much more interesting than Redding.
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Whoa, Chico lookin' real good. Fun commercial buildings, and attractive residences. I likes it. I've heard it's quite the partying school. Thanks for the tour, step.
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Yeah thats all I've ever heard was Chico was a huge college party town. Thanks for the photos as I have always wondered what it look like. I've only passed though the city, and that was in the wee hours of the night on an Amtrak train.
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Didn't expect the downtown area to be so well-kept, even with the college town factor. Also surprised at the amount of nice trees and the old housing stock. Cool town.
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Beautiful looking town and fantastic shots! Love the Art Deco 'Senator' theater and the Deco tower next to it!
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Thanks Stepper! Good job!
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