A Simple Year
Hello and Happy New Year! I hope the holiday season treated you well!
Today, I have a few bits of news share:
1. For four years, I contributed to A Simple Year: Twelve Months of Guided Simplicity as an instructor. I'm not teaching a module in 2019. However, I wanted to share the course information with you because it's a helpful class and it's the last year the program will be offered. Registration for A Simple Year is open through January 31st. Details here.
Note: I'm an affiliate for A Simple Year. If you purchase the course through my website, I will receive a small commission.
2. On the Everyday Adventures in Siskiyou blog, I shared a piece about my adventures on Miner Street in Yreka, CA.
Here's a blurb from the essay:
When I visit Yreka, CA, with friends and family, one of my favorite places to wander is Miner Street. Good food and coffee can be easily acquired, and cute retail shops line the charming and historic street.
During the mid-1800s, Yreka was a gold rush boom town. Today, the old buildings in downtown are iconic displays of the Gold Rush days. Some of the structures are listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and several of the buildings are California Historical Landmarks.
Based on interpretive plaques and information gathered from Yreka Historic Preservation, below is a brief history of three historic buildings on Miner Street.
Continue reading here.
Have a wonderful day!