April Showers Brings Pretty Flowers!

The month of April has started off with moisture and more to come!

Daffodil Flower

Daffodil Flower

The name “daffodil” is derived from an earlier “affodell”, a variant of Asphodel. The reason for the introduction of the initial “d” is not known, although a probable source is an etymological merging from the Dutch article “de”, as in “De affodil  from the 16th century.

Indian Warrior Plants

Indian Warrior Flowers

Indian Warrior is used as a tea or tincture to promote healthy immune function and its ability to relax tense muscles. The buds and flowers are often added to tea blends for their color, flavor, and relaxing properties. It is also found to be useful in treatment of insomnia, as well as having antioxidant properties.

South Fork of the Upper Sacramento River

South Fork of the Upper Sacramento River

Rivers are flowing~It’s going to be a good rafting and kayaking season!

Avalanche Gulch

Avalanche Gulch

The mountain is looking good especially for skiing, snowshoeing and climbing!

Wanna guide for climbing, skiing or snowshoeing on Mt. Shasta~Give me a call @530-926-3250

Another Storm on the Horizon...

Another Storm on the Horizon…

Looks like more weather for the weekend. Rain in town and SNOW on the mountain~


Come out and support Siskiyou County Search & Rescue for our 2nd annual  Fundraiser Dinner/Auction!
May 10th, 6:00 p.m. at the Montague Community Center, 200 11th St. Montague
Adults $15 Children (6 and under) $7
SAR Fundraiser

SAR Fundraiser

Call or email me for further information @ 530-926-3250 or robin@mountshastaguide.com

Have a great weekend!