Author: Cyndy Green

Cyndy Green

Living in Isolation

Tips for Alleviating Cabin Fever The days are beginning to drag on in this grand social distancing /stay at home experiment (or Physical Distancing as

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Cyndy Green

It’s the Neighborly Thing to Do

Shopping has become a battleground…sometimes civil and at times confrontational. Thankfully I have not encountered the latter in my town.  But what I have seen

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Cyndy Green

Doing Good the Ding Dong Way

Ahhhhh…you’ve just shut the front door, stored away the bounty of your latest shopping trip. You have everything you need for an extended staycation, thanks

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Cyndy Green

Isleton Spam Festival

The Meat That Survived a Flood Never. Take. Life. Too. Seriously. Ever. Attracting locals and out-of-towners alike, the Isleton Spam Festival is a quintessential Delta

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Cyndy Green

Illegal Delta Dumping

Mountains of Trash Near Isleton “I do this one-woman and low key. I’m hoping to get a few more people involved, you know, get the

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Cyndy Green

King Tides of 2020

Sun and moon align creating King Tides (perigean spring tides) It is that time of year when the sun and moon align creating King Tides

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Cyndy Green

Handouts of Hope

Combat Veterans Battling Homelessness More than $4,000 was raised by the Lynn Hahn Lighted Boat Parade this year, with the funds going to the Combat

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Cyndy Green

Mt. Diablo Beacon

This is a tale that is more than the restoration of a 1928 beacon, shut down on December 7, 1941 for fear it would allow

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