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6B Wednesday, June 27, 2012 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter California Native Plant Society atrcoley64@comcast.net; he'll Rare Plant Treasure Hunt on outings for July send you a flyer with specific Butte Creek Trail directions. ,Saturday, July 21 John Copeland Memorial Meet at Chico Park & Ride Meadow Slosh, Jonesville Check Listing on Lumpkin Ridge west lot to leave at 9 a.m. Saturday, July 7 east of Feather Falls at county Bring hiking gear, water, Meet at 9 a.m. at Chico Park & boundary lunch, sun/insect protection Ride west lot with lunch, wa- Saturday, July 14 and money for ride sharing. ter, hiking gear, sun/insect pro- Meet at Chico Park & Ride west The road to the trailhead off tection and money for ride lot ready to leave at 9 a.m. with Doe Mill Road is rough, and sharing. Be prepared to get water, lunch, insect/sun protec- you might need a high-clear- your feet wet! We'll admire tion, money for ride sharing ance vehicle. We'll be looking the historic Jonesville stage- and your favorite plant manual; for Humboldt lily and San- coach inn and barn followed return around 5. We're return- born's onion on the three-mile by sloshing through a couple ing to the same site surveyed in round trip hike. Email Ron of nearby meadows with great 2011 to survey for late season at rcoley64@comcast.net for plants. Call Janna at 636-4547 plants, adding to the list begun alternate meeting site. for alternate meeting site. last year. Email Robert at rdfischer@comcast.net for Carter Meadow, Tehama County Rare Plant Nature Hunt at more information. Sunday, July 22 Mountain Meadows Reservoir, Meet at 8:30 a.m. at Chico Park Lassen County Brady's Camp SIA, Plumas & Ride west lot with lunch, Saturday, July 14 National Forest water, hiking gear, sun/insect Rare plant treasure hunts are Sunday, July 15 protection and money for ride- citizen-science activities to get Meet at 8:30 a.m. at Chico Park sharing. It's a 1-1/2-mile easy up-to-date information on & Ride West lot with lunch, wa- hike to a spectacular view of rare plants. Meet at the West- ter, insect/sun protection and the old Mount Yana caldera wood Visitor Center at 9:30 money for ride sharing. We'll with present day Butt Moun- a.m. with a kayak or canoe explore the special interest tain to our north. On our re- and equipment, lunch, sun- area, which consists of a large turn we'll follow Carter Creek screen and insect repellent, meadow within the red fir through several smaller mead- The Mountain Meadows Con- zone. Numerous springsand ows until we come to the very servancywill be looking for Pine Creek run through thelarge Carter Meadow at 6,100 watershield, a water plant meadow, resulting in high plant feet e.levation. Call Woody at that hasn't been surveyed diversity. Call Marjorie at 343- 342-6053 for alternate meet- since 1955. RSVP with Ron via 2397 for alternate meeting site. ing site. UI "Seven Southern Tales Plus One" by Dianne Lipscomb is an unhurried stroll into the hot, humid, richly complicat- ed territory of the South. Main Street Artists will host a reception with a reading June 28 in Quincy. Lip- scomb's tales unfold with lush details of slow days, gators, sweet tea and ordi- nary people who find within themselves the extraordinary. -- a people and place where courage, tradition and histo- ry combine to weave the sto- ries she tells here. It is an assortment that de- scribes the interactions of two cultures forever bound by a common history of slaves and slave owners and a deep 'abiding love for the land. Lipscomb knows where- of she speaks, having grown up in Jackson, Miss. She ex- perienced the civil rights movement and the rising leviathan of change moving through the South. Lipscomb went West at the age of 18 to San Francisco and attended college in Berkeley, where she acquired a taste for "street riots" (said with a small inward smile); she is the promise of many such in- teresting surprises. "Seven Southern Tales Plus One" addresses the in- equities of life, and the bal- ance brought about by the acts of conscious people, and sometimes, divine interven- tion. Lipscomb writes of what it is to be human, and the magic of a compassionate universe. She believes every- one is in need of compassion and she hopes her stories communicate this at a deep- er level. She feels that while J BUSINESS EQUIPMENT Sales Service Supplies T her painting is more for her- self, writing is more a ser- vice. She aspires to be an ob- server, rather than a partici- pant. Such are her tales, seven in all, with an extra, the lagniappe. It's a Southern thing. It is the extra some- thing you get beyond what you paid for; you buy a dozen donuts and they toss one in free. 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