Had to make a tough call yesterday as to whether or not to have the team travel over Hatchett Mountain to attend a tea party meeting in Fall River Mills. Seeing how I’ve never had the chance to make the drive in the past, I relied on input from other team members and friends whether or not they felt it was in the best interests of safety to make the trip Tuesday afternoon, returning later that night. General consensus was it would not be a good idea to go given possible changes in road conditions. My deepest regrets to those in Fall River Mills for not being able to make the tea party meeting.
Spent the afternoon close to home. Walked most of downtown Redding for the better part of the afternoon meeting voters and handing out my campaign fliers. Had a great meal at Danburgers off Placer Ave downtown….great burger and fries!
Am meeting a couple other veterans this morning at 6am to travel to Sacramento. We’re attending a seminar on how to qualify for the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC). As some of you know, I am chairing a committee to erect an Air Force Memorial out at the Northern California Veterans Cemetery. Getting qualified for CFC would be another source of funds for this project.
Latest word is former State Senator Sam Aanestad is getting into the Congressional race. Good for him. The more the merrier and the more choices for voters. I love democracy in action! : )
That’s it for now. More Walking Tour updates soon.
Have a great day and God bless!