Hey guys, here are some recent job openings in ca. Feel free to comment here or send me a private message if you have any questions, I'm at the community's disposal! If you encounter any problems with any of these job openings please let me know that I will modify the table accordingly. Thanks!
Collecting California brewery bottle caps...where can I find more?
I am trying to collect bottle caps from as many CA-based based breweries as possible...I think I've bought all the individual ones currently available on eBay. Looking for recommendations on where I might be able to find more, whether for individual sale or in bulk. I even have a list of the breweries I'm still missing. I lived in CA for several years where my collection began. I'm trying to get bottle caps from 61 different breweries to fill a wooden map of CA. Currently I have 25. I've posted in CaliforniaBeer as well, just looking for whatever recommendations are out there. Edit: Breweries I am currently looking for listed below
• 21st Amendment Brewery in San Leandro • Ale Industries in Oakland • Altamont Beer Works in Livermore • Buffalo Bill's Brewery in Hayward • Cleophus Quealy Beer Company in San Leandro • Diving Dog Brewhouse in Oakland • Drake's Brewing Company in San Leandro • Eight Bridges Brewing Company in Livermore • Faction Brewing in Alameda • Fieldwork Brewing Company in Berkeley • Hoi Polloi Brewpub and Beat Lounge in Berkeley • JP DasBrew in Fremont • Oakland United Beerworks (formerly Linden Street Brewery) in Oakland • Old Kan Beer & Co. in Oakland • The Rare Barrel in Berkeley • Shadow Puppet Brewing Company in Livermore • Triple Rock Brewery and Alehouse in Berkeley • Trumer Brauerei in Berkeley • Woods Bar & Brewery in Oakland • Working Man Brewing Company in Livermore
• Amador Brewing Company in Plymouth • Butte County • Sierra Nevada Brewing Company headquarters in Chico • Eckert Malting and Brewing in Chico • Feather Falls Casino Brewing Company in Oroville • Feather River Brewing Company in Magalia • NorCal Brewing in Chico • Secret Trail Brewing in Chico
Contra Costa County
• Calicraft in Walnut Creek • Danville Brewing Company in Danville • E.J. Phair Brewing Company in Pittsburg • Farm Creek Brewing Company in Walnut Creek • Elevation 66 Brewing Company in El Cerrito • Schubros Brewery in San Ramon • Epidemic Ales in Concord • Ocean View Brew Works in Albany
El Dorado County
• The Brewery at Lake Tahoe in South Lake Tahoe • Cold Water Brewery and Grill in South Lake Tahoe • Cool Beerwerks in Cool • El Dorado Brewing Company in Diamond Springs • Gold Hill Winery and Brewery in Placerville • HWY 50 Brewery in Camino • Jack Russell Farm Brewery in Camino • Lake Tahoe AleWorX in South Lake Tahoe • Mraz Brewing Company in El Dorado Hills • Outbreak Brewing Company in Placerville • Outpost Brewing Company in South Lake Tahoe • Placerville Brewing Company in Placerville • Sidellis Lake Tahoe in South Lake Tahoe • Solid Ground Brewing in Diamond Springs • South Lake Brewing Company in South Lake Tahoe • Stash Brewing Co. in Garden Valley • Stateline Brewery and Restaurant in South Lake Tahoe
• The Mad Duck Craft Brewery in Fresno • Fresno Brewing Company in Fresno • Full Circle Brewing in Fresno • Pine & Palm Brewing in Fresno • Tactical OPS Brewing in Fresno • Tioga–Sequoia Brewing Company in Fresno
• Eel River Brewing Company in Fortuna • Redwood Curtain Brewing Company in Arcata • Six Rivers Brewery in McKinleyville
• Mountain Rambler Brewery in Bishop
• Crusader Brewing in Bakersfield • Dionysus Brewing Company in Bakersfield • Great Change Brewing in Bakersfield • Kern River Brewing Company in Kernville • Lengthwise Brewing in Bakersfield • Local Craft Beer in Tehachapi • Temblor Brewing Company in Bakersfield
• Bird Street Brewing in Lemoore • Hop Forged Brewing Company in Hanford
Kelsey Creek Brewing Company in Kelseyville
Mount St. Helena Brewing Company in Middletown
O'Meara Brothers Brewing Company in Lakeport
Los Angeles County
Absolution Brewing Company in Torrance
Alosta Brewing Co in Covina
Ambitious Ales in Los Angeles
Angel City Brewery in Los Angeles
Beachwood BBQ and Brewery in Long Beach
Belmont Brewing Company in Long Beach
Bravery Brewing in Lancaster
Brouwerij West in San Pedro
Congregation Ale House in Azusa
Cosmic Brewery in Torrance
Claremont Craft Ales in Claremont
The Dudes' Brewing Company in Torrance
Eagle Rock Brewery in Los Angeles
El Segundo Brewing Company in El Segundo
Golden Road Brewery in Los Angeles
Gordon Biersch Brewing Company in Burbank
Hand-Brewed Beer in Chatsworth
Homage Brewing in Pomona
Kinetic Brewing Company in Lancaster
King Harbor Brewing Company in Redondo Beach
MacLeod Ale Brewing Company in Los Angeles
MillerCoors brewery in Irwindale
Monkish Brewing Company in Torrance
Mumford Brewing in Los Angeles
Ohana Brewing Company in Los Angeles
Pacific Plate Brewing Company in Monrovia
Progress Brewing in South El Monte
Red Car Brewery in Torrance
Skyscraper Brewing Company in El Monte
Sanctum Brewing Company in Pomona
Scholb Premium Ales in Torrance
Strand Brewing Company in Torrance
Timeless Pints Brewing Company in Lakewoo
• South Gate Brewing Company in Oakhurst
• Adobe Creek Brewing in Novato • Indian Valley Brewing in Novato • Iron Springs Pub & Brewery in Fairfax • Marin Brewing in Larkspur • Moylan's Brewery in Novato • Pond Farm Brewing in San Rafael • The State Room in San Rafael
• Yosemite Ale Werks in Mariposa
• Bobcat Brewing Company in Merced
• Mammoth Brewing Company in Mammoth Lakes • June Lake Brewing in June Lake
• Alvarado Street Brewery in Monterey • Cannery Row Brewing Company in Monterey • English Ales in Marina • Peter B's Brew Pub in Monterey • Yeast of Eden in Carmel
• Calistoga Inn, Restaurant and Brewing in Calistoga • Downtown Joe's Brewery in Napa • Mad Fritz in St. Helena • Napa Smith Brewery in Napa • St. Clair Brown in Napa • Tannery Bend Beerworks in Napa • Trade Brewing in Napa
• FiftyFifty Brewing Company in Truckee • Nevada Brewery in Nevada City • Ol' Republic Brewery in Nevada City • Tahoe Mountain Brewing Company in Truckee • Three Forks Bakery & Brewing Company in Nevada City
• Anaheim Brewery in Anaheim • Barley Forge Brewing Company in Costa Mesa • Brewing Reserve of California in Costa Mesa • Bootlegger's Brewery in Fullerton and Costa Mes • Bottle Logic Brewing, Anaheim • Cismontane Brewing Company in Santa Ana • The Good Beer Company in Santa Ana • Green Cheek Beer Company in Orange • Gunwhale Ales in Costa Mesa • Laguna Beach Beer Company in Rancho Santa Margarita and Laguna Beach • Left d Brewing Company in San Clemente and Irvine • Network Brewery in Santa Ana • Noble Ale Works in Anaheim • Old Orange Brewing Company in Orange • Riip Beer Company in Huntington Beach • TAPS Brewery & Barrel Room in Tustin • Tustin Brewing Company in Tustin • Valiant Brewing Company in Orange
• Auburn Alehouse in Auburn • Boneshaker Public House and Community Brewery in Rocklin • Crooked Lane Brewing Company in Auburn • GoatHouse Brewing Company in Lincoln • Knee Deep Brewing Company in Auburn • Loomis Basin Brewing Company in Loomis • Moksa Brewing in Rocklin • Moonraker Brewing Company in Auburn • Out of Bounds Brewing Company in Rocklin • Slice Beer Company in Lincoln • The Monk's Cellar in Roseville
• The Brewing Lair of the Sierra (formerly UnderCover Ale Works) • Waganupa Brewing in Chester • Quintopia Brewing Co in Quincy
• Aftershock Brewing Company in Temecula • Area 51 Craft Brewery in Riverside • Babe's BBQ & Brewhouse in Rancho Mirage • Black Market Brewing Company in Temecula • Brew Rebellion in Banning • Brewcaipa Brewing in Yucaipa • Coachella Valley Brewing in Thousand Palms • Desert Beer Company in Palm Desert • Electric Brewing Company in Murrieta • Grey Wolf in Norco • Inland Empire Brewing Company in Riverside • Ironfire Brewing Company in Temecula • La Quinta Brewing in Palm Desert • Las Palmas Brewing in Palm Springs • Refuge Brewery in Temecula • Wiens Brewing Company in Temecula • Woody's Brewhouse in Moreno Valley
• Alaro Brewing in Sacramento • At Ease Brewing in Sacramento • Big Sexy Brewing in Sacramento • Big Stump Brew Co. in Sacramento • Burning Barrel Brewing in Rancho Cordova • Claimstake Brewing in Rancho Cordova • Delta Borne Brewing in Sacramento • Device Brewing Company in Sacramento • Dreaming Dog Brewery in Elk Grove • Flatland Brewing in Elk Grove • Fort Rock Brewing in Rancho Cordova • Fountainhead Brewing in Sacramento • Hoppy Brewing Co in Sacramento • King Cong Brewing Company in Sacramento • New Glory Craft Brewery in Sacramento • New Helvetia Brewing in Sacramento • Oak Park Brewing in Sacramento • Palm Tree Brewing Company in Orangevale • Porchlight Brewing in Sacramento • Red Bus Brewing in Folsom • River Rock Brewery in Galt • Sacrament Brewing in Sacramento • Tower Brewing in Sacramento • Track 7 Brewing Company in Sacramento • Tilted Mash Brewing in Elk Grove • Urban Roots Brewing in Sacramento
San Bernardino County
• 3 Iron Brewing Co. in Colton • Brewcaipa in Yucaipa • Desert Barn Brewery in Hesperia • Escape Craft Brewery in Redlands • Hangar 24 Craft Brewery in Redlands • I & I Brewing in Chino • Kings Brewing in Rancho Cucamonga • Oak Hills Brewing Company in Hesperia • Ritual Brewing Co. in Redlands • Rowdy's Brew Co. in Rancho Cucamonga • Sour Cellars in Rancho Cucamonga
San Francisco City and County
• 21st Amendment Brewery • Barrel Head Brewhouse • Beach Chalet Brewery & Restaurant • Black Sands Brewery • Black Hammer Brewing • Cellarmaker Brewing Company • Cervezería de MateVeza • Eagle Brewery • Enterprise Brewery • Fort Point Beer Company • Golden City Brewery • Hamm's Brewer • Harmonic Brewing • Hibernia Brewery • Laughing Monk Brewing • Lafayette Brewery • Local Brewing Company • Magnolia Brewing Company • Schuster's Railroad Brewery • Seven Stills • Southern Pacific Brewing • Speakeasy Ales and Lagers • Sunset Reservoir Brewing Company • Thirsty Bear Brewing Company • Triple Voodoo Brewing • Washington Brewery • Willow's Brewery
San Joaquin County
• Dancing Fox Winery and Brewery in Lodi • Five Window Beer Company in Lodi • High Water Brewing Company in Lodi • Idol Beer Works in Lodi • Lodi Beer Company in Lodi • Morgan Territory Brewing in Tracy
San Luis Obispo County
• 927 Beer Company in Cambria • BarrelHouse Brewing Co. in Paso Robles • Libertine Brewing Company in San Luis Obispo • Tap It Brewing Company in San Luis Obispo
San Mateo County
• 47 Hills Brewing in South San Francisco • Alpha Acid Brewing Company in Belmont • Armstrong Brewing Company in South San Francisco • Blue Oak Brewing Company in San Carlos • Devil's Canyon Brewing Company in Belmont • Freewheel Brewing Company in Redwood City • Half Moon Bay Brewing Company in Princeton-by-the-Sea • Highway 1 Brewing in Pescadero • Hop Dogma Brewing in El Granada • Sacrilege Brewery + Kitchen in Half Moon Bay
Santa Barbara County
• Captain Fatty's Brewery in Goleta • Island Brewing Company in Carpinteria • M. Special Brewing Company in Goleta • Pure Order Brewing Company in Santa Barbara • Solvang Brewing Company in Solvang • Telegraph Brewing Company in Santa Barbara
Santa Clara County
• Clandestine Brewing in San Jose • El Toro Brewing Company in Morgan Hill • Gordon Biersch Brewing Company in San Jose • Hermitage Brewing Company in San Jose • Kelly Brewing in Morgan Hill
Santa Cruz County
• Discretion Brewing in Soquel • Humble Sea Brewing Company in Santa Cruz • New Bohemia Brewing Company in Capitola • Santa Cruz Mountain Brewing in Santa Cruz • Sante Adairius Rustic Ales in Capitola • Seabright Brewery in Santa Cruz • Steel Bonnet Brewing Company in Scotts Valley • Uncommon Brewers in Santa Cruz
• Fall River Brewing Co. in Fall River Mills • Wildcard Brewing in Redding • Final Draft Brewing in Redding • Woody's Brewing Co. in Redding
• Dunsmuir Brewery Works in Dunsmuir • Etna Brewing Company in Etna • Mt. Shasta Brewing Company in Weed • Siskiyou Brew Works
• Heretic Brewing Company in Fairfield • Right Eye Brewery in Suisun • Mare Island Brewing Company in Vallejo
• Carneros Brewing Company in Sonoma • Fog Belt Brewing Company in Santa Rosa • Moonlight Brewing Company in Santa Rosa • Old Redwood Brewing Company in Windsor • Petaluma Hills Brewing Company in Petaluma • Seismic Brewing Company in Santa Rosa • Sonoma Springs Brewing Company in Sonoma • St. Florian's Brewery in Windsor • Stumptown Brewery in Guerneville • Third Street Aleworks in Santa Rosa
• St. Stan's Brewery in Modesto • Blaker Brewing in Ceres
• Anacapa Brewing in Ventura • Casa Agria Specialty Ales in Ventura • Enegren Brewing Co. in Moorpark • Flat Fish Brewing Company in Camarillo • Institution Ale Co. in Camarillo • Leashless Brewing Co. in Ventura • MadeWest Brewing in Ventura • Poseidon Brewing Company in Ventura • Red Tandem Brewery in Ventura • Surf Brewery in Ventura • Topa Topa Brewing Company in Ventura • Ventura Coast Brew Co. in Ventura • Westlake Brewing Co. in Westlake Village
• Bike Dog Brewing Company in West Sacramento • Dunloe Brewing in Davis • Jackrabbit Brewing Company in West Sacramento • Super Owl Brewing in Davis • Three Mile Brewing Company in Davis • Yolo Brewing in West Sacramento
San Diego County
• Burgeon Beer Company • Carlsbad Brewing Company • Pizza Port • Rouleur Brewing Company • Offbeat Brewing Co • Nickel Beer Company • Bagby Beer Company • Legacy Brewing Company • Breakwater Brewing Co • Oceanside Ale Works • ChuckAlek Independent Brewers • Abnormal Beer Company • Acoustic Ales Brewing Experiment • Align Brewing • Amplified Aleworks • The Beer Company • Deft Brewing • Division 23 Brewing • Duck Foot Brewing Company • Eppig Brewing • Fall Brewing • Kilowatt Brewing • Little Miss Brewing • Longship Brewery • Mike Hess Brewing Co. • Mikkeller • Mission Brewery • Modern Times Beer • New English Brewing Co. • North Park Beer Company • O'Sullivan Brother's Brewing • Pacific Beach Alehouse • Pariah Brewing Company • Protector Brewing • Rip Current Brewing • Rough Draft Brewing Company • Saint Archer Brewing • San Diego Brewing Company • Savagewood • Societe Brewing Company • Thorn Street Brewery • Thunderhawk Alements • Lost Abbey • Port Brewing Company • Rip Current Brewing Company • Stumblefoot Brewing Company • Wild Barrel Brewing Company • Aztec Brewing Company • Barrel Harbor Brewing • Belching Beaver Brewery • Booze Brothers Brewing Company • Indian Joe Brewing Company • Latitude 33 Brewing • Mother Earth Brew Co. • Toolbox Brewing
So I combed through the list looking at tour schedules for everybody and marking down when they were playing in the greater Bay Area and what their other tour dates were around OSL. All of that is listed below, but doesn't include musical artists that were suggested by other users but were not playing any of the other tracked festivals. While the official prediction game is over, feel free to make further predictions in this thread, armed with the tour knowledge listed. Possibilities: Headliners: Adele (no upcoming dates, rumored that she'll never tour again) Billy Joel (no dates between August 8th in Denver and August 26th in Baltimore) Bjork (no dates after May 6th-June 1st multimedia show residency in NY) Bruce Springsteen (no upcoming dates and stated on Twitter that there would be no 2019 tour) Cher (no dates between May 30th in Vancouver and August 21st in Vegas that is part of her Vegas residency) Childish Gambino (no dates after June 14th in Tennessee) Coldplay (no upcoming dates) Daft Punk (no upcoming dates) Depeche Mode (no dates after March 29th in Spain) Diana Ross (no dates after July 22nd in Colorado, has Vegas residency in June) Drake (no dates after April 26th in the Netherlands, no U.S. dates) Eagles (no dates after July 8th in Ireland, no U.S. dates) Eminem (no upcoming dates) Eric Clapton (no dates after June 10th in Germany, no U.S. dates) Foo Fighters (no dates between June 29th in Sweden and August 13th in Hungary) Frank Ocean (no upcoming dates) Green Day (no upcoming dates) Guns N Roses (no upcoming dates) Gwen Stefani (only Vegas residency dates with break between July 26th and October 11th) Jay-Z (no dates other than Woodstock 50 weekend after OSL) Kanye West (no upcoming dates) Kendrick Lamar (no dates after April 7th in Chile, no U.S. dates) Kids See Ghosts (no upcoming dates, but tour rumored) Lady Gaga (only Vegas residency dates with break between June 15th and October 17th) Madonna (no upcoming dates) Maroon 5 (no dates between June 11th in France and August 31st in Curacao, no U.S. dates) Miley Cyrus (no dates between June 30th in UK and August 16th at Woodstock 50) Missy Elliott (no dates after July 5th in New Orleans) Nicki Minaj (no dates after June 21st in L.A.) Pearl Jam (no dates between July 6th in UK and September 28th in Dana Point, CA) Phish (no dates between July 14th in Wisconsin and August 30th in Colorado) Red Hot Chili Peppers (no dates before August 16th in Japan) Robert Plant (no dates after July 2nd in Norway, no U.S dates) Rod Stewart (no dates between July 13th in UK and Vegas residency beginning September 18th) Roger Waters (no upcoming shows) Sting (no dates between August 1st in France and August 23rd in Illinois) The Strokes (no dates between July 21st in France and September 27th in Dana Point, CA) Tool (no dates after July 2nd in Portugal) Travis Scott (no dates after July 13th in Switzerland) Twenty One Pilots (no dates between July 21st in France and August 13th in Hungary) U2 (no upcoming shows and Bono said cryptic message at last 2018 show that they were "going away now") 7 Tracked Festivals: King Princess (plays Fillmore April 22, no dates listed past July 28th in Detroit) 4 Tracked Festivals: Chelsea Cutler (plays Fillmore March 22, no dates listed past April 3rd) Clairo (plays Pitchfork in Chicago July 21st then Reading UK festival August 23rd) Denzel Curry (plays Bill Graham Civic opening for Billie Eilish on May 29th, plays Seattle on July 19th then August 16th in Netherlands) Easy Life (no dates after August 3rd in UK) Playboi Carti (no dates after June 1st in NY) Sheck Wes (playing in Montreal on August 9th or 10th) 3 Tracked Festivals 070 Shake (no dates after June 2nd in Spain) The Band Camino (plays July 14th in Kentucky then September 7th in Tennessee) Bazzi (no dates after June 2nd in NY) Bob Moses (plays July 13th in Portugal then August 17th in Utah) Brockhampton (plays July 14th in Netherlands then August 17th in Japan) Caamp (no dates after August 2nd in Portland) Dennis Lloyd (plays Great American Music Hall on April 11th, no dates after June 30th in Switzerland) Gucci Mane (no dates after June 23rd in Delaware) Hippo Campus (no dates after August 2nd in Iowa) Hop Along (plays The Independent on April 18-19, no dates after July 12 in Kentucky) Hozier (no dates after April 14th in Spokane) Kacey Musgraves (plays August 2nd in Iowa then August 24th in Paso Robles, CA) Ravyn Lenae (no dates after June 2nd in NY) Shame (plays The New Parish in Oakland on April 23rd, no dates after July 14th in Finland) Taylor Bennett (no dates after June 2nd in NY) Two Feet (no dates after June 23rd in Delaware) Unknown Mortal Orchestra (plays the Greek Theatre on April 19th, no dates past July 26th in Japan) Walk the Moon (no dates past June 23rd in Delaware) 2 Tracked Festivals: Alison Wonderland (plays July 21st in Paris then August 15th in Austria) Blood Orange (no dates after June 3rd in Maryland) Calpurnia (no dates after July 14th in Kentucky Castlecomer (no dates after June 21st in Delaware) Cautious Clay (no dates after June 15th in Norway) Crooked Colours (no dates after July 21st in Washington) Diplo (plays August 1st in Minnesota then August 23rd in Netherlands) Ella Mai (plays The Fox in Oakland on April 23rd, no dates after May 22nd in Tennessee) Evan Giia (no dates after July 19th in Washington) Flora Cash (plays August Hall in SF on May 22nd as opening act, no dates after June 21st in Michigan) Flipp Dinero (no dates after June 21st in Delaware) Gesaffelstein (no dates after June 2nd in NY) Gorgon City (plays the Regency Ballroom on April 17th, no dates after July 27th in UK) Gunna (plays the Fillmore on April 7th as opening act, no dates after July 15th in Croatia The Interrupters (plays the Regency Ballroom on March 14th, no dates after June 30th in Spain) J.I.D. (no shows after July 28th in Michigan) Jpegmafia (plays the Warfield on March 28th as opening act, no dates after July 21st in Chicago) Judah and the Lion (plays July 26th in Germany, August 10th in Missouri, and August 13th in Colorado) Khalid (plays July 6th in Canada then September 7th in Germany) Kid Cudi (no dates after May 10th in Miami) Kygo (no dates after July 9th in Canada) Lauren Daigle (plays July 31st in Michigan then August 10th in Portland and August 11th in Vancouver) Let's Eat Grandma (plays the Chapel on April 18th, plays August 8th in Italy then August 29th in UK) Lil Mosey (no dates after May 24th in Vegas) Lil Wayne (no dates after June 21st in Los Angeles) The Lumineers (play July 29th in Denmark then September 21st in New Jersey) Mansionair (no dates after June 27th in MIchigan) Medasin (play July 19 in Washington then September 12th in Colorado) Mura Masa (play June 9th in UK then August 22nd in UK) Nghtmre (no dates after July 21st in Germany) Nora en Pure (no dates after July 14th in Germany) The Nude Party (play the Great American Music Hall on April 25th, no dates after May 10th in UK) The Record Company (play the Ace of Spades in Sacramento on June 5th, play July 14th in Massachusetts then August 17th in Montana) Ric Wilson (no dates after July 21st in Chicago) Ripe (play July 14th in Massachusetts then September 21st in New Jersey) Rubblebucket (play the Cornerstone in Berkeley on March 28th, no dates after June 22nd in Delaware) Sales (no dates after April 27 at August Hall in SF) Shaed (play March 15th at Rickshaw Stop in SF, no dates after June 29th in Denver) Snakehips (no dates after July 14th in NY) Soccer Mommy (plays the Great American Music Hall on April 17th and 18th and Bill Graham Civic as opener on October 1st, play July 21st in Chicago then September 25th in Canada) Still Woozy (play the Catalyst in Santa Cruz, no dates after July 21st in Washington) Sunflower Bean (play July 26-28 in UK then August 11th in Toronto) Tank and the Bangas (no dates after June 22nd in Delaware) Tobi Lou (no dates after June 2nd in NY) Tyla Yaweh (no dates after June 14th in Tennessee) Tyler the Creator (no dates after June 21st in Delaware) U.S. Girls (no dates after July 14th in Canada) Wallows (play the Fillmore on April 26th and 27th, no dates after July 28th in Detroit) Yellow Days (play July 27th in Michigan then August 14-17 in Portugal) Zhu (play Shambhala Music Fest in British Columbia same weekend as OSL) 1 Tracked Festival: 10K.Caash (no dates after May 12 in Florida) 12th Planet (play March 16th at Regency Ballroom, no dates after March 30th in Arizona) 21 Savage (no dates after May 4th in Kansas) 3lau (play March 15th at Pure Nightclub in Sunnyvale, no dates after June 23rd in Delaware) 4B (play March 30th at Bill Graham Civic as opener, no dates after July 21st in Germany) 88Glam (no dates after April 21st at Coachella) A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie (play April 4th at The Fillmore, no dates after April 11th in Massachusetts) Aaron Aye (no dates after May 31st in NY) Adia Victoria (no dates between May 26th in Massachusetts and September 21st in Tennessee) Agoria (play Dreambeach Festival in Spain August 7th to 11th, but unclear what day he may be playing on) All Them Witches (no dates after June 22nd in Switzerland) Amber Mark (no dates after July 19th in Chicago) Ame (no dates after July 21st in Spain) Andrew McMahon (play March 21st at Fox in Oakland, no dates after June 22 in Delaware) Anna Lunoe (no shows after July 19th in Indonesia) Anoushka Shankar (no shows after June 14th in Tennessee) Aphex Twin (no shows between April 21st at Coachella and August 25th in Paris) Arkells (play March 27th at Cornerstone in Berkeley, no dates after July 27th in UK) The Artisanals (no dates after July 14th in Kentucky) Asian Doll (no dates after May 12th in Miami) Awolnation (no dates after June 23rd in Delaware) BabyG (no dates after May 11th in Miami) Baby Goth (no dates after May 12th in Miami) Bakar (no dates after May 4th in UK) Bassnectar (no dates after July 20th in Pennsylvania) Bblasian (no dates after July 13th in Kentucky) Beach Fossils (no dates after May 3rd in Arizona) Beach House (playing Bellwether Festival in Ohio on August 9th or 10th) Beau Young Prince (play March 22nd at The Warfield as opener, no dates after March 23rd in Hollywood) Bebe Rexha (no dates after May 19th in Alabama) Bendigo Fletcher (no dates after July 14th in Kentucky) Big Baby Scumbag (no dates after May 10th in Miami) Big Red Machine (no dates after June 2nd in Spain) Big Wild (no dates after July 21st in Washington) Blaatina (no dates after May 12th in Miami) Blac Youngsta (no dates after May 24th in Maryland) BlackPink (no dates between May 28th in Spain and August 16th in Japan) Blond:ish (no dates after July 7th in Belgium) Bloodpop (no dates after June 23rd in Delaware) Blueface (play March 19th at Warfield as Opener and June 28th at Ace of Spades in Sacramento, no dates after that) Boa (no dates after April 20th in Indiana) Bombino (play March 27th at the Independent, no dates after June 23rd at San Luis Obispo) Bones (no dates after May 11th in Miami) Boy Pablo (no dates between July 10th in Norway and August 12th in France) Brianna Perry (no dates after May 10th in Miami) Bruno Mali (no dates after May 12th in Miami) Bryce Vine (no dates after 19th in Alabama) Buddy (play March 23rd at Harlow's in Sacramento, no dates after July 13th in UK) Bumpin Uglies (play April 27th at Bottom of the Hill in SF, play Freakstomp Festival in Ohio same weekend as OSL, but not sure which day) Burna Boy (play April 17th at Slim's, no dates after August 4th in Portugal) Calypso Rose (no dates after July 13th in Slovakia) CamelPhat (no dates between July 5th in Croatia and August 22nd in UK) Car Seat Headrest (no dates between July 3rd in Nebraska and August 11th in L.A. as opener) Carly Johnson (no dates after July 14th in Kentucky) Caroline Rose (no dates between August 9th in Ohio and August 15th in Colorado) Catfish and the Bottlemen (play March 23rd at Fox in Oakland, no dates between August 3rd in Ireland and August 12th in Hungary) Charli XCX (no dates between July 21st in Chicago and August 22nd in UK) Charlotte Gainsbourg (play April 15th at The Regency, no dates after July 26th in France) Cherry Glazerr (no dates after July 14th in Tennessee) Chief Keef (no dates after May 8th in North Carolina) Chief Pound (no dates after May 10th in Miami) Chon (no dates after May 4th in Georgia) Chris Lake (no dates after May 17th in North Carolina) CID (no dates after August 3rd in Calgary, Canada) Cirez D (no dates after April 21st at Coachella) City Girls (play March 19th at the Warfield as opener, no dates after July 14th in NY) City Morgue (no dates after May 10th in Miami) CloZee (no dates between August 3rd in Colorado and August 13th in Italy) Coca Vango (no dates after May 12th in Miami) Coi Leray (no dates after May 12th in Miami) Cola Boyy (play April 18th at Rickshaw Stop in SF between Coachella weekends, no dates after June 27th in Michigan) Comethazine (no dates between May 11th in Miami and August 23rd in UK) Craig Brown Band (no dates after July 28th in Michigan) CVBZ (no dates after June 27th in Michigan) D Savage (no dates after May 12th in Miami) DaniLeigh (no dates after July 14th in NY) Danny Towers (no dates after May 10th in Miami) Dashboard Confessional (no dates after June 23rd in Delaware) Dave P (no dates after April 19th at Coachella) Deafheaven (play March 16th at UC Theater in Berkeley, no dates between June 14th in Tennessee and August 17th in Vegas) Deal Casino (play March 25th at Cornerstone in Berkeley, no dates after May 31st in NY) Death Cab for Cutie (no dates between July 27th in Japan and August 11th in L.A.) Deep Dish (no dates after May 25th in Greece) Dessa (play May 24th at Bottlerock, no dates after June 1st in Vegas) Deva Mahal (no dates between June 22nd in NY and August 25th in Virginia) Dillon Francis (no dates after April 21st at Coachella) DJ Mel (no dates after June 16th in Tennessee) DMX (play April 21st at UC Theater in Berkeley, no dates after July 27th in Long Beach) Dombresky (play March 22nd at 1015 Folsom in SF, no dates after June 16th in Tennessee) Donna Missal (play March 26th at The Independent in SF, no dates after June 13th in Tennessee) The Doozers (no dates after July 28th in Michigan) Dorfex Bos (no dates after June 30th in Michigan) Dr. Fresch (no dates after June 30th in Michigan) Dragondeer (no dates after June 30th in Michigan) Ducky (no dates after June 14th in Tennessee) Dusky (play April 13th at The Great Northern in SF, no dates after June 25th in Albania) dvsn (no dates after April 19th at Coachella) Ekali (no dates between July 20th in Pennsylvania and September 12th in Colorado) Elley Duhe (no dates after May 26th at Bottlerock) Emily King (no dates after May 5th in NY) Emo Nite (play March 30th at Rickshaw Stop in SF, no dates after July 26th in NY) Eprom (no dates after July 18th in Montreal) Eric Biddines (no dates after May 12th in Miami) Erin Rae (no dates between July 14th in Kentucky and September 27th in SoCal) Evan Giia (no dates after July 19th in Washington) Faye Webster (play April 5th at Cafe du Nord in SF, no dates after June 16th in Tennessee) Fendi P (no dates after May 12th in Miami) First Aid Kit (no dates after July 14th in Kentucky) FKJ (play April 10th-11th at The Warfield, no dates between July 12th in UK and August 16th in UK) Freddie Gibbs (play May 5th at Brick & Mortar in SF, no dates after July 21st in Chicago) The Frights (no dates after May 24th at the Catalyst in Santa Cruz) G Herbo (no dates after May 12th in Miami) The Garden (no dates after April 20th at Coachella) GASHI ( no dates after July 9th in Canada) Gat$ (no dates after May 12 in Miami) Gojira (play July 26th at Shoreline as opener), no dates between August 8th in Nebraska and August 11th in Illinois) Goldlink (no dates after May 10th in Miami) Go$h (no dates after May 12th in Miami) Goth Babe (no dates after July 28th in Michigan) Gramatik (no dates between August 3rd in Washington and September 7th in Germany) Grandson (play April 3rd at Slim's, no dates after May 19th in Alabama) Great Good Fine OK (no dates after June 1st in Ohio) Greta Van Fleet (no dates between July 13th in Spain and September 3rd in Australia) Grizfolk (play March 21st at Fox in Oakland as opener, no dates after March 24th in San Diego) Grlwood (no dates after July 12th in Kentucky) Grownboitrap (no dates after May 10th in Miami) Guapdad 4000 (no dates after May 11th in Miami) Gucci Gang (no dates after April 21st at Coachella) Gus Dapperton (no dates after August 1st in Austria) Guster (no dates after May 26th in Boston) Guy Gerber (no dates after July 13th in UK) Half Alive (no dates between June 21st in Delaware and September 13th in L.A.) Heidi Lawden (no dates after August 3rd in UK) Hekler (no dates after July 9th in Ontario) H.E.R. (no dates after July 13th in UK) Highly Suspect (no dates after July 12th in Kentucky) The Him (no dates between May 19th in Alabama and August 17th in Austria) Hippie Sabotage (no dates after June 19th in Colorado) Hot Since 82 (no dates between May 27th in Michigan and August 17th in UK) Hundredth (no dates after June 29th in Netherlands) Hurray For the Riff Raff (no dates after April 27th in New Orleans) HYUKOH (no dates after July 14th in UK) Ibeyi (no dates after July 26th in France) Ice Billion Berg (no dates after May 11th in Miami) Iceage (play April 23rd at the New Parish, no dates after May 7th in Chicago Idris Elba (no dates after April 20th at Coachella) Iglooghost (no dates after May 31st in Spain) Ilovemakonnen (no dates after May 11th in Miami) Indigochildrick (no dates after May 12th in Miami) Israel Nash (no dates between July 13th in Kentucky and August 24th in New Hampshire) J Balvin (no dates between July 23rd in Spain and August 16th in Mexico) Jade Bird (play June 8th at Greek Theater as opener, no dates between August 4th in Iowa and August 23rd in UK) Jade Cicada (no dates after June 14th in Tennessee) Jaden Smith (no dates after April 28th in Virginia) Jambinai (no dates after June 8th in Portugal) Jan Blomqvist (no dates after July 13th in Germany) Javiera Mena (no dates after May 17th in Spain) Jauz (no dates between August 5th in Toronto and August 10th in Vegas and August 11th in Phoenix) Jaydayoungan (no dates after May 11th in Miami) Jeremy Zucker (no dates between June 1st in Cincinnati and August 22nd in UK) Jesse Royal (no dates after May 26th in Monterey) Jim James (no dates after July 7th in Quincy, CA) Jonas Blue (no dates between July 21st in France and August 24th in UK) Jony J (no dates after May 10th in Miami) Joywave (no dates after June 22nd in Delaware) Jukebox the Ghost (no dates after June 2nd in Ohio) Justin Jay (no dates after May 19th in Alabama) Kash Doll (no dates after May 11th in Miami) Kevin Gates (no dates after July 31st in Virginia) The Kid Laroi (no dates after May 11th in Miami) Kid Quill (no dates after June 30th in Michigan) Kid Trunks (no dates after May 31st in Belgium) Killumantii (no dates after May 11th in Miami) Killy (no dates after July 11th in Netherlands) Kilo Kish (play March 23rd at Regency Ballroom, no dates after May 26th in Boston) King Henry (no dates after June 23rd in Delaware) KirbLaGoop (no dates after May 11th in Miami) The Knocks (no dates after June 29th in Denver) Knower (no dates after June 27th in Michigan) Kodak Black (play March 23rd at The Warfield, no dates after May 11th in Miami) Kolsch (no dates between July 14th in Belgium and August 17th in Netherlands) Lancey Foux (no dates after May 12th in Miami) Las Cafeteras (no dates after August 3rd in L.A.) Las Robertas (no dates after April 19th at Coachella) Lauren Lane (no dates after April 19th at Coachella) Lee Burridge (no dates after June 8th in Netherlands) Leebrian (no dates after May 11th in Miami) Leikeli47 (play April 16th at the New Parish in Oakland, no dates after July 11th in Ottawa) Lettuce (play March 21-24 at SF Jazz Center, play Telluride Jazz Fest in Colorado on August 9th, 10th ,or 11th) Lightskinkeisha (no shows after May 11th in Miami) Lil Baby (play March 18 at Fox in Oakland and March 19 at Warfield, no dates between July 14th in NY and August 22nd in UK) Lil Berete (no dates after May 18th in Montreal) Lil Dicky (no dates after June 16th in Tennessee) Lil Duke (no dates after May 11th in Miami) Lil Durk (no dates after May 10th in Miami) Lil Gotit (no dates after May 10th in Miami) Lil Keed (play April 7th at Fillmore as opener, no dates after May 16th in Atlanta) Lil Pump (play April 26th at Warfield, play August 9th or 10th in Montreal) Lil Skies (play April 26th at Warfield, no dates after July 7th in UK) Lil Tjay (no dates after May 10th in Miami) Lil Uzi Vert (no dates between July 20th in Spain and August 22nd in UK) Lil Yachty (no dates after July 6th in Vancouver) Lily Allen (no dates after June 16th in UK) Liquid Stranger (play March 15th at Slim's, no dates after June 13th in Tennessee) Lolo Zouai (play May 14th at Rickshaw Stop in SF, no dates after July 14th in NY) The Lonely Island (no dates after June 29th in Minnesota) Los Tucanes de Tijuana (no dates after June 13th in Mexico) Lostboycrow (no dates after June 23rd in Delaware) Loud Luxury (no dates between August 2nd in Vegas and August 22nd in UK) Lucius (play April 25th at Great American Music Hall and September 21st & 22nd at Greek as opener, no dates between August 4th in Oregon and Greek gigs) Lykke Li (no dates after July 13th in UK) Madeintyo (no dates after July 13 in Germany) Magic City Hippies (play May 25th at Bottlerock, no dates after July 28th in Pennsylvania) Magic Giant (no dates between June 23rd in Delaware and September 26th in Mendocino) The Main Squeeze (no dates after August 3rd in Colorado) Maliibu MItch (no dates after May 10th in Miami) Manu Crooks (no dates after May 11th in Miami) Maren Morris (play March 26th at The Masonic, no dates between August 8th in Canada and August 16th in New Zealand) The Marias (no dates after July 13th in Kentucky) Matt Ox (no dates after May 12th in Miami) MAX (no dates after June 22nd in Delaware) Megan Thee Stallion (no dates after May 12th in Miami) Melii (no dates after May 12th in Miami) MEMBA (no dates after August 4th in Colorado) Members Only (no dates after May 31st in Belgium) Men I Trust (no dates after July 21st in Michigan) Mersiv (no dates after July 18th in Pennsylvania) The Messenger Birds (no dates after July 27th in Detroit) The Messthetics (play April 22nd at The Chapel in SF, no dates after June 26th in Vancouver) Migos (no dates after July 21st in France) Miles Kane (no dates between July 28th in UK and August 30th in Ireland) MKUltra (no dates after June 2nd in NY) MO (no dates after July 21st in UK) Mo Lowda and the Humble (play August 9th, 10th,and 17th in Colorado) Monsieur Perine (no dates after June 14th in Tennessee) Moon Boots (no dates after June 23rd in Albania) Moon Taxi (no dates between July 20th in Maine and September 7th in Tennessee) Morgxn (no dates after July 27th in Houston) Mr Eazi (play April 21st at the Regency Ballroom, no dates between June 30th in the Netherlands and November 13th in UK) Mt. Joy (play March 30th at the Fillmore, no dates between April 7th in San Diego and September 27th in Dana Point, CA) Mulatto (no dates after May 10th in Miami) Naeem (no dates after May 24th in Boston) Nahko and Medicine for the People (play May 26th in Monterey, no dates between August 6th in Montana and August 25th in Virginia) Naked Giants (play May 24th at The Catalyst in Santa Cruz, no dates after July 13th in the Netherlands) NAS (no dates after July 14th in Virginia) Nate Dae (no dates after May 11th in Miami) Nessly (no dates after May 24th in Georgia) Nic Fanciulli (no dates after July 7th in Italy) NIcole Moudaber (play April 6th at The Midway in SF, plays August 9th or 10th in Montreal) Njomza (no dates after May 31st in NY) Nocturnal Sunshine (no dates after April 21st at Coachella) Nombe (no dates after June 23rd in Delaware) Ocho Ojos (no dates after April 21st at Coachella and October 10th at Joshua Tree) Ookay (play August 10th in Vegas, not playing anywhere August 9th or 11th) The Orphan The Poet (no dates after June 23rd in Delaware) Otown Marco (no dates after May 11th in Miami) Pardison Fontaine (no dates after May 12th in Miami) Parquet Courts (no dates between July 21st in Chicago and August 29th in UK) Party Pupils (play March 28th at 1015 Folsom in SF, no dates after July 6th in Hollywood) Patrice Baumel (play August 9th, 10th, or 11th at We Can Dance festival in Belgium) Peach Pit (no dates after July 21st in Washington) Penny & Sparrow (play June 28th at the Fox Theater in Oakland as opener, no dates between July 14th in Kentucky and September 7th in Tennessee) Perfume (play April 17th at Civic in San Jose, no dates after April 21st at Coachella) Phosphorescent (no dates between June 22nd in Delaware and September 21st in Tennessee) Phresher (no dates after May 10th in Miami) PJ Morton (no dates after July 13th in Kentucky) PLS&TY (no dates after June 27th in Michigan) PNB Rock (no dates after May 10th in Miami) Polo and Pan (no dates between June 28th in France and August 24th in France) Polo G (no dates after May 11th in Miami) Princess Nokia (no dates between July 13th in Spain and September 7th in Germany) Pusha T (no dates after July 21st in Chicago) Quando Rondo (no dates after May 12th in Miami) Queen Key (no dates after May 12th in Miami) Rackz God (no dates after May 11th in Miami) Rae Sremmurd (no dates after July 19th in Indonesia) Rakeem Miles (no dates after July 22nd in Delaware) Rat Boy (no dates after July 28th in UK) Razorbumps (no dates after April 21st at Coachella) The Red Clay Strays (no dates after May 17th in Alabama) The Red Pears (no dates after April 20th at Coachella) Rich the Kid (play March 30th at the Warfield, no dates after July 13th in Germany) Richy Samo (no dates after May 12th in Miami) Rick Ross (no dates after May 10th in Miami) Rico Nasty (no dates after June 2nd in Spain) Rival Sons (play May 7th at The Fillmore, no dates after August 1st in Norway) RL Grime (no dates after July 19th in Seattle) Rob Markman (no dates after May 11th in Miami) Robb Banks (no dates after May 12th in Miami) Rod Wave (no dates after May 10th in Miami) Rosalia (no dates after July 11th in Spain) Ross From Friends (play April 21st at The Independent in SF, no dates after July 21st in Germany) Ruen Brothers (no dates after July 14th in Kentucky) Ruston Kelly (no dates between August 4th in Iowa and November 11th in Dominican Replublic) SAINt JHN (no dates between July 13th in Germany and August 22nd in UK) Saweetie (no dates after July 26th in Nebraska) serpentwithfeet (no dates between April 21st at Coachella and August 29th in UK) Shallou (play April 26th at The Catalyst in Santa Cruz, no dates after July 21st in Seattle) Shlump (play March 16th at the Regency Ballroom, no dates after August 4th in Calgary) Shoreline Mafia (no dates after May 24th in Albuquerque) Sidney Gish (no dates after June 14th in UK) Siena Liggins (no dates after July 27th in Detroit) Sir (no dates after April 21st at Coachella) Ski Mask the Slump God (play April 30th at Bill Graham Civic, no dates after July 7th in UK) Slenderbodies (no dates after May 19th in Houston) Smino (play April 9th at the Fillmore and April 14th at the Regency Ballroom, no dates after May 9 in Boston) SNBRN (play March 23rd at August Hall in SF, no dates after June 30 in Michigan) Social House (play May 2nd at SAP Center as opener and May 3rd at Golden One Center as opener, no dates after July 13th in Utah) SoDown (no dates after August 2nd in Washington) Soja (play June 19th at Mountain Winery in Saratoga as opener, no dates after July 21st in North Carolina) Sophie (no dates after June 8th in Portugal) Soulja Boy (no dates after June 25th in Chicago) Soulection (no dates after May 13th in Bakersfield) Space Jam the Pilot (no dates after May 11th in Miami) Space Jesus (play April 5th at the UC Theater in Berkeley, no dates after July 22nd in Montreal) Spaceghostpurrp (no dates after May 11th in Miami) Spazz Cardigan (no dates after July 12th in Kentucky) Spencer Ludwig (no dates after June 28th in NY) Splash Zanotti (no dates after May 10th in Miami) Splurge (no dates after May 12th in Miami) Steady Holiday (no dates after April 20th at Coachella) $uicideboy$ (no dates after July 21st in France) Sunsquabi (no dates after August 2nd in Colorado) Suzi Wu (no dates after June 1st in NY) Sweater Beats (no dates after June 21st in Delaware) Sylvan Lacue (no dates after May 11th in Miami) SZA (no dates after June 2nd in NY) Tale of Us (play April 19th at 1015 Folsom club in SF, no dates between July 14th in Belgium and August 17th in the Netherlands) Tara Brooks (no dates after April 21st at Coachella) Tee Grizzley (no dates after May 12th in Miami) ThouxanbanFauni (play March 29th at the Complex in Oakland, no dates after May 12th in Miami) Thumpasaurus (no dates after June 27th in Michigan) Tierra Whack (no dates after June 27th in Michigan) Tiny Moving Parts (no dates after June 28th in Michigan) Tokimonsta (no dates after July 18th in UK) Tokyo Jetz (no dates after May 10th in Miami) Tomasa Del Real (no dates after April 21st at Coachella) Trampled by Turtles (play August 10th in Washington, not playing August 9th or 11th anywhere) Trippee Redd (no dates after July 13th in Germany) Tund3 (no dates after May 10th in Miami) Turnover (play April 23rd at the Regency Ballroom, no dates after June 1st in Japan) Two Friends (no dates after June 15th in Washington) T.Y. (no dates after May 12th in Miami) Ty Dolla $ign (no dates after June 1st in NY) Ty Segall (no dates after April 21st at Coachella) Tyga (no dates after July 12th in Germany) Tyler Childers (no dates between August 4th in Oregon and August 24th in the Netherlands) Unotheactivist (no dates after May 11th in Miami) Valee (no dates after July 19th in Chicago) Vince Staples (play March 29th at Fox Theater in Oakland, no dates after July 7th in Ireland) VHS Collection (no dates after June 23rd in Delaware) Virgil Abloh (no dates after June 29th in Vegas) The Voidz (no dates after July 13th in Spain) Waax (no dates after July 19th in Seattle) Waka Flocka Flame (no dates after May 18th in Montreal) Walker & Royce (no dates after June 15th in Washington) Warhol.ss (play March 29th at The Complex in Oakland, no dates after May 11th in Miami) Whipped Cream (play August 9th or 10th in Montreal) White Reaper (no dates between June 29th in Kentucky and August 23rd in UK) Wifisfuneral (no dates after May 11th in Miami) Wiz Khalifa (no dates after May 12th in Miami) The Wood Brothers (no dates between August 3rd in Iowa and August 16th in Montana) X Ambassadors (no dates after July 6th in Canada) Yaeji (no dates after July 13th in Spain) YBN Cordae (no dates after May 26th in Minnesota) YBS Skola (no dates after May 11th in Miami) Yella Beezy (no dates after May 11th in Miami) YNW Melly (no dates after May 11th in Miami) Yoke Lore (play Bottlerock in May, no dates after June 22nd in Delaware) Young Fathers (no dates after May 26th in Boston) Young M.A. (no dates after May 10th in Miami) Young Nudy (no dates after May 23rd in L.A.) Young Thug (no dates after July 7th in France) Youngboy Never Broke Again (no dates after May 12th in Miami) Yung Baby Tate (play April 14-15th at the Catalyst in Santa Cruz as opener, no dates after May 11th in Miami) Yung Bae (play April 17th at SJSU Events Center, no dates after August 2nd in Washington) Yung Bans (no dates after May 12th in Miami) Yung Bleu (no dates after May 10th in Miami) Yung Simmie (no dates after May 12th in Miami) Yungeen Ace (no dates after May 11th in Miami) Ziggy Alberts (no dates after July 11th in Montreal) Zoey Dollaz (no dates after May 10th in Miami)
On This Date In California Weather History (July 19)
2015: Moisture from Hurricane Dolores, along with monsoon moisture resulted in showers and thunderstorms over most of Southern California on 7/18 and this day. Rainfall ranged from 0.5" to 4", including a record 1.7" at San Diego on 7/18. This was unprecedented July rainfall: record single-day and July monthly total. These two days recorded two of the three wettest July days on the San Diego record. The San Diego River at Fashion Valley had two crests above monitor stage, 7.7 feet on 7/18 a nd 8.8 feet on this day. A debris flow hit the burn scar of Silverado Canyon on this day as well as flash floods in Moreno Valley, Perris, and La Mesa. Aided by lingering tropical moisture from former hurricane Dolores, intense thunderstorms with torrential rain developed near Desert Center. Over 6” of rain fell over several hours along and just to the south of Interstate 10, just to the west of Desert Center. Eastbound lanes of Interstate 10 collapsed where they crossed a heavily flowing wash. A vehicle drove into the hole in the collapsed bridge, trapping the driver and requiring rescue. I-10 was closed in both directions causing huge traffic backups. Two landspout tornadoes were observed in open desert just north of Landers on this day. 2013: On the evening of July 19th, a thunderstorm developed near Nellis Air Force Base along an outflow boundary and moved south across the Las Vegas Valley. This storm was one of the most intense ever to cross the valley with respect to wind. Nellis Air Force Base measured sustained winds of 59 mph with a gust to 71 mph. Sustained tropical storm force winds were recorded across the heart of the Las Vegas Valley with this storm. Damages were greatest in the areas in and around Nellis Air Force Base and in Chinatown. One apartment building was evacuated after a gas line broke. At least 12 buildings throughout Las Vegas had wind damage. Power was knocked out to casinos on Fremont Street and parts of The Strip. In addition, heavy rains caused up to two feet of water to flow across parts of The Strip. Water damage also occurred at 3 strip casinos from the rain, including a portion of the casino floor at Caesars Palace. Some 33,000 NV Energy customers lost power from this storm. A total of 243 trees were downed at the Desert Pines Golf Course. Damages were estimated at 2.5 million from this storm, with most of the damage from wind. 2009: Severe thunderstorm winds struck La Quinta foothills with gusts measuring 61 mph. 2005: The low temperature on this date was 95° F which set the warmest low ever recorded in Las Vegas. The high temperature of 117° F on this date tied the hottest temperature ever recorded in Las Vegas. The average temperature for the date was 106° F, which was the hottest day ever recorded in Las Vegas. The morning low was 95° F and the afternoon high was 117° F. 2003: Flash flooding was observed in and around the town of Pahrump, NV (near Death Valley). Water was running over SR 160 from SR 372 to Dandelion. In the town of Pahrump, roads looked like rivers with a dumpster floating in the road blocking traffic. Mud was going through the Post Office and a trailer park. Basin Ave. and State Route 160 were under one foot of water. Flooding extended half mile on Basin Ave. toward the west. A gas station, the city park, and a shopping center parking lot were completely flooded. 1987: A rare cold air mass for mid-summer descended on the region starting on 7.18 and ending on 7.21 and broke numerous low temperature records. 1985: Strong thunderstorms produced very heavy rainfall in the mountains and the adjacent desert. A mudslide at the top of the Palm Springs Tram trapped 150, all but 31 were rescued by helicopter. The 31 spent the night because the helicopter was grounded due to unsafe winds. The 15 minute slide was a debris flow carrying huge rocks and timbers. A thunderstorm plunged a light aircraft to the ground at Mormon Rocks, killing a family of 3. Flooding was reported “all over” in the Morongo Basin. A tornado in Needles hit a mobile home park and injured 6. It leveled 4 mobile homes and damaged 14 others. 1.50" of rain fell in Palomar Mountain, the greatest daily amount on record for July. 2.36" fell in Cuyamaca, flooding Paso Picacho Campground. 1974: A severe thunderstorm with winds up to 80 mph and heavy rain swept through Lake Havasu City, AZ, and completely washed out section 4-5 feet deep in some streets. Many cars were abandoned during the storm and a number washed away. 3 people were killed and 1 person was injured when their vehicle was carried down a wash by a wall of water estimated to be 10 feet tall. 1970: Mount Hamilton (East Bay) had a high temperature of 92° F. 1960: The overnight low in Death Valley was 102° F. 1960: Thunderstorm winds in the Tehachapis downed utility lines and damaged farm buildings. 1955: Heavy thunderstorms struck desert areas of Twentynine Palms and Barstow. One cloudburst hit Cherry Valley with 3" of rain in 30 minutes. A 75 foot stream of water crossed Highway 66 at Hodge, southwest of Barstow. Washouts were also reported around Twentynine Palms. 1954: A northward moving hurricane made landfall in central Baja California with the remnants moving into Arizona. Rainfall of up to 2" occurred in the mountains and deserts starting on 7.17 and ending on this day. This occurred during the El Niño of 1953-54. 1931: Carson City, NV, had a high temperature of 107° F, while Reno, NV, recorded a high of 105° F. Source: NWS San Francisco/Monterey, Hanford, Reno, Las Vegas, Phoenix, & San Diego
On This Date In California Weather History (September 11)
2017: Some deep tropical moisture associated with a fairly strong upper level shortwave pushed into central California on September 11th and produced a severe thunderstorm outbreak during the afternoon and evening. Numerous reports of downburst winds exceeding 60 mph were reported and the impacts form these thunderstorms included downed power lines, damage to roofs; and large objects being knocked over and damaged. Rainfall amounts were generally a quarter of an inch or less with a few locations in the Southern Sierra Nevada and Tehachapi Mountains receiving between a quarter inch and a half inch of rain. APRS station 5WSW Firebaugh reported a 59 mph wind gust from a thunderstorm. A dairy farm south of Hanford had several barns with extensive roof damage from thunderstorm winds. 8 telephone poles were downed on Jackson Ave. near 9th Ave. south of Hanford. A tree fell onto a vehicle near the intersection of 13th Ave. and Houston Ave. near Hanford. A microburst downed 30 powerlines in Mendota. 8 miles west of Caruthers a chicken barn was blown down by thunderstorm downburst outflow winds. In Corcoran thunderstorm winds produced damage to a house and snapped several trees. Beams from a wood fence were snapped from from concrete support and shingles were blown off of a roof. There were reports of nickel-sized hail in Corcoran. There were several trees down on northbound State Route 99 just south of the State Route 190 interchange. Lightning struck a house near Hanford High School. A Weather Service forecaster providing onsite support at the Pier Fire reported penny sized hail at Pierpoint Springs. 2012: A stationary thunderstorm brought persistent, heavy rain to Mecca. 3"-5" of rain fell in just a couple hours (more than a year’s worth). Floodwaters damaged a school, a mobile home park and several orchards. 2012: On the afternoon of September 11, 2012 thunderstorms producing heavy rainfall moved across much of the Las Vegas Valley. Rainfall rates of a half-inch to nearly eight-tenths of an inch in 30 minutes resulted in significant and in some cases devastating flash flooding. A total of 1.18" of rain was measured by the automated weather station at McCarran International Airport. This set an all-time record for a calendar day for the month of September. Automated weather stations operated by the Clark County Regional Flood Control District as well as Mesonet weather stations, cooperative observers and spotter reports showed the heaviest rain fell in several areas. 1"-2" of rain fell in northern portions of Summerlin, NV, in and just south of downtown Las Vegas, NV, along Flamingo Road and Tropicana Avenue from near Interstate 15 to near Mojave Road and in southeast Henderson, NV. The highest total reported was 2.09" at an automated station operated by the Clark County Regional Flood Control District near Swenson Avenue and Flamingo Road by the Tropicana Wash. According to local media reports, at least 50 vehicle rescues took place throughout the Las Vegas Valley by Clark County Firefighters. 40 of these were swiftwater rescues. The largest number of rescues was 15 near the intersection of Sloan and Sahara with one rescue done by helicopter. Roadway flooding was extensive with several inches to several feet of flowing water reported on many roads especially in the central and eastern parts of the Las Vegas Valley. Interstate 215 was closed from Interstate 15 to Eastern Avenue after intense rainfall washed large amounts of mud and rocks onto the highway from nearby landscaping along the side of the road. This also resulted in the Airport Connector to McCarran International Airport being closed. The Charleston Underpass flooded for the first time since extensive construction work was done to mitigate this once flood-prone area back in the mid-2000s. The worst impacted area though was near the Desert Rose Golf Course. At least 45 homes were flooded mainly on and near Walton Heath Avenue. Most of these homes suffered extensive damage to their lowest level with many people loosing furniture and appliances. In some cases the force of floodwaters busted through concrete walls. Numerous vehicles in this area were flooded and some were floated 300 to 400 feet. Three dogs drowned to death that lived in one house. In addition, a worker at the Desert Rose Golf Course was swept away by the floodwaters from his tractor around 4:22 PM PDT on September 11th. His body was found dead two days later about two and a half miles away. 2011: Small hail was reported at Bodfish and Lake Isabella as was street flooding which was also reported in Kernville. 2011: Monsoonal thunderstorms brought flooding to Downtown Las Vegas and the Las Vegas Strip. A rain gauge in Downtown Las Vegas recorded 0.98" of rain in about 20 minutes. Water ponded up over curbs of streets from Downtown Las Vegas to North Las Vegas. Several inches of water flooded the Circus Circus Adventuredome. The parking lot at the Cannery Casino in North Las Vegas was flooded.... with some cars partially underwater. A few inches of water also entered part of the casino and movie theater. 2008: The Cascadel Fire began on this date in the Sierra National Forest at 2000 PST. The cause was human, from target shooting. The location was 3 miles East-Northeast of North Fork in Madera County. It burned 280 acres and was contained on September 17 at 1700 PST. There were no fatalities or properties damaged. The cost to containment was $3,100,000. 2008: A thunderstorm produced strong outflow winds measured at 67 mph in La Quinta. Another thunderstorm produced golf ball sized hail in Ranchita. 2004: The Nehouse Fire 25 miles east of North Fork in Madera County burned 204 acres. Its cause was human in origin but no fatalities,injuries, or structures-lost occurred. 2004: Severe thunderstorms in Borrego Springs produced one inch hail that broke windows. Strong winds gusted to 60 mph before the anemometer was destroyed, and knocked down six power poles. Training thunderstorms over Johnson Valley produced severe flash flooding. Hwy. 247 was washed out in numerous sections. Minor damage to homes occurred and 12 vehicles were trapped. In La Quinta, 138 trees were knocked down at one golf course with damage to a building. More trees fell down at other golf courses. Roof tiles were blown off. Damage occurred to power poles and transformers. 2004: The China Fire began on this date 15 miles southwest of Lake Isabella in Kern County. This suspiciously-caused fire burned 314 acres but there were no fatalities, injuries, or structures-lost. 2001: On this date 19 hijackers seized 4 U.S. commercial jetliners on the East Coast and flew two aircraft into the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center in New York City destroying them, one aircraft into the Pentagon Building near Washingon, DC, causing severe damage, and one was destined for another target in the Washington, DC, area (either the White House or the U.S. Capitol Building) but the passengers resisted and the hijackers crashed the plane near Shanksville, PA. In all, nearly 3,000 people were killed and civilian air traffic into, out of, and within the United States was grounded for days afterwards. 1998: Severe thunderstorms pounded the Las Vegas Valley and Lake Mead for a few hours producing golf ball size hail, a small tornado and widespread flash flooding. Large hail began falling shortly before 11 am PST and numerous hail reports came in for the next couple hours with some episodes causing damage to several automobiles. A small tornado tore the roof off a Henderson, NV, warehouse and destroyed a large block wall at a service station a short distance away. Heavy rain fell mainly on the east side of the metro area with amounts up to 1.85" in a two hour period. As a result flash flooding filled streets and washes and trapped several motorists although no serious injuries occurred. The heavy rain damaged about one acre of the 750 acre Sunrise Landfill and carried significant amounts of debris into the Las Vegas, NV, wash. The Clark County School District activated the "shelter-in-place" policy for school children at approximately 30 schools around the area. Children were not bused home until after flooding had subsided. 1990: It was 117° F in Borrego Springs, the highest temperature on record for September. This also occurred the previous day on 9.10. 1983: Half Moon Bay had a high of 94° F -- a record for the month. 1982: The morning low temperature at Reno, NV was a chilly 29° F. 1976: Record rains that started on 9.9 ended on 9.12 came from Tropical Storm Kathleen (called a 160+ year event by meteorologists). 14.76" fell on south slopes of Mt. San Gorgonio, 10.13" at Mt. Laguna, 8" at Mt. San Jacinto, 4"+ in the Little San Bernardino Mountains, and 1.8"-2.8" in the Coachella Valley. Deep Canyon (above La Quinta) recorded 2.96" in three hours on 9.10. Rainfall in the Santa Rosa Mountains above the Coachella Valley was called the a heaviest in recorded history. 6 were buried and killed in sand in Ocotillo. Floods of record were attained at numerous streams around the Coachella Valley. 1.84" of rain fell in Riverside on this day, 2.09" fell in Borrego Springs, 2.33" fell in Victorville, 2.57" fell in Idyllwild, and 5" fell in Palomar Mountain, each the greatest daily amounts on record for September. The Victorville amount is also the third highest daily amount on record. This occurred during the El Nino of 1976-77. Hurricane Kathleen also brought the southwest the highest sustained winds ever associated with an eastern Pacific tropical cyclone with sustained winds of 57 mph at Yuma on 9.10. 1976: The remains of Hurricane Kathleen move across Baja and into southern California near El Centro. With its circulation still intact, tropical storm force winds produce considerable damage in Yuma. Sustained winds exceed 50 mph, and gust as high as 76 mph in Yuma, AZ. One man is killed as a 75 foot palm tree crashes onto his mobile home. Severe flooding occurs in Mohave county. 1971: It was 100° F in Palomar Mountain, the highest temperature on record. This occurred on eight other occasions. 1960: North northwestward moving Hurricane Estelle dissipated west of the central Baja California coast from 9.9 to this day. On this day a thunderstorm hit the area east of Lucerne Valley. The resulting flash flood was four feet deep and washed out a section of road, stranding several vehicles east of Lucerne Valley. 1952: Chilliest morning in three day stretch from the 10th through 12th in Fresno; record lows were set each on morning and all still stand to this day. Low of 44° F on this date is the earliest 45° F or lower reading on record in Fresno. 1939: 4"of rain fell across the deserts and mountains as a dying tropical cyclone moved across Baja California into southwestern Arizona on this day and on 9.12. This was the second tropical cyclone to impact California during the busy month of September 1939. A strong El Nino contributed to the activity. 1939: The remnants from the second of three tropical cyclones to affect the southwestern U.S. in one month floods homes in Eldorado Canyon, roads in the California Wash near Glendale and washed out parts of Charleston Blvd. near Rancho Blvd. in Las Vegas, NV. 1888: Fresno set an all-time record high of 111° F for the month of September. This is also the latest in the season that Fresno has had a high temperature of 110° or better. Source: NWS San Francisco/Monterey, Hanford, Reno, Las Vegas, Phoenix, & San Diego 📷
I posted a few photos from the first week of a road trip around the USA I'm doing at the moment. Some requested a write up, so here's part 1 for anyone interested!
OK, so bear with me because I'm not the greatest with formatting. But I'll try my best! As the title suggests, I posted some photos of the first week and a bit of a 6 month solo road trip I am currently undertaking around the USA and parts of Canada. They were received relatively well, and some people asked if I could do some updates along the way. So here's the first one and hopefully it can inspire some people to do similar! Why? Firstly, some background on the trip. Around about 4-5 years ago I had a pretty shitty bout with anxiety and depression. This isn't a sob story so don't feel bad for me, I'm actually quite good now. But anyway, after a few trips to a Psychologist, we both decided that it would be a good idea to set a goal that would actually get me through the days. As a university student coming to the end of my degree, starting work didn't really excite me. So after some deliberation it was decided the only thing that excited me was travel, and no matter what type of work I got upon graduation, I would do it for about 2-3 years and save everything to put towards a 6 month road trip across North America. I actually studied American History at uni, so obviously that's what drew me here. More topical to current events, I actually took a lot of inspiration from Anthony Bourdain. Sounds made up now, but RIP. Where? I started planning this trip as soon as the decision was made. So if you're wondering why things are so detailed, that's probably why. Originally a lot was focussed around things with historical significance, like American Revolutionary sites, or Civil War Memorial, etc. But I've also always had a love for nature and hiking so that's where the National/State/Regional Parks come into play. Then the love of food travel shows started to seep in. Anthony Bourdain being the main one, then a bit sillier shows like Man Vs. Food, and yes, even Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives played a role, for as much shit that Guy Fieri (deservedly) cops here. This drew me to certain cities. I had already done a 5 week trip to the USA in 2013/14 for Christmas and NYE where I hit the main touristy spots like NYC, Vegas, LA, etc. So this trip was to focus more on the small towns, national parks, and open road. When? My previous trip was over Winter, so this trip had to be warmer weathegreener pastures. Originally planning to start in June, it just so happened that a sale popped up around January for return flights from Melbourne to LAX for AU$850 leaving in May and returning in November. Too good not to pass up and not that far from what I had planned anyway. Only problem is I cut it a little short because my cousin is getting married on November 10th and I couldn't miss it, so I arrive back in Melbourne the morning of... Cutting it fine, I know. Itinerary Now to the stuff that people will probably actually care about. My general direction that I'm heading in is a loop from LA, back to LA. That was the best looking map I could make out, but it gives you the idea. The good thing is I only have things booked about a week in advance at this stage, so it's more a 'rough' itinerary than anything. I arrived in the country on May 20th and have a ticket home on November 8th. It was best to have a return ticket because otherwise those border guards will be on your back and you put yourself at risk of getting turned back at the airport. May 20th - June 8th So now to the actual good stuff, with pictures and all! Going through each place I've been, what I enjoyed there and recommendations. This will probably be the way each subsequent post will be set out, if I commit to doing them (which I have a tendency to be terrible with commitment). Los Angeles, CA. 20/05 - 21/05: OK, now when I say Los Angeles, I didn't actually spend any time in LA outside of the Airport. I got my car and took it straight to a place called Santa Paula, CA. I've been to LA before, spent about a week there, did everything touristy, and didn't particularly enjoy it. Not to say others wouldn't find it enjoyable, just not for me. Santa Paula itself isn't much to write about, but the drive from Santa Paul to Fresno had some cool parts.
Took the coastal route to Santa Barbara, up to San Luis Obispo, and on to Fresno
Santa Barbara is a pretty expensive beach town with million dollar houses in the hills looking over the coast. I didn't spend long here but I did take a stroll through Paseo Nuevo, an outdoor mall which has a pretty cool Spanish vibe to it. Bought some US$150 Ray Bans here and then subsequently left them on a tram in San Francisco days later... nice
Fresno, CA. 21/05 - 23/05: Now I know what you're thinking, "Who the hell would go to Fresno?" I say this, because basically everyone I encountered in Fresno asked me that question. I went because it was a good base to explore the Sierra National Forest. Can't say much about Fresno, though. Also, a little side note, I'm not that proud of my photos early on. Everything is shot with my iPhone and it's taking me a little time to figure out how to get the best shot. Still in the process.
Driving from Fresno to Lakeshore, my first stop was at Shaver Lake. Not sure if the depleted water levels are from the drought, but wouldn't be surprised. The drive through pine forest was pretty good to this point, but got better as you got further into the forest.
A short hike to Rancheria Fall was definitely the highlight of the day. It started raining on me whilst walking to the falls, but by the time I was there it was hard to tell if it was rain or spray from the falls.
Santa Cruz, CA. 23/05 - 26/05: Originally, I wanted to stay in Monterey for this portion. However, everything was either way too expensive or booked out, so I settled for Santa Cruz. Or more specifically, Felton, which is out the back of Santa Cruz. I was happy with the decision.
I was staying right near Henry Cowell Redwoods State Park, which had 100+ year old Redwoods everywhere and also a cool floor of clovers Funny story about the park, its namesake was actually an industrialist who cut down the majority of the original redwoods for profit. After he died the govt wanted to buy the land to preserve the forest, so the family agreed on condition it was named after him. A preservation park named after a guy who did the complete opposite
Big Sur is where it's at. The coast drive is phenomenal. I believe there were landslides recently so I could only really make it to Pfeiffer-Big Sur State Park, but that was enough
Sausalito/San Francisco, CA. 26/05 - 29/05: I stayed in a hostel across the Golden Gate Bridge which I believe fell under Sausalito, but was in the Marin Headlands. I'd been to San Francisco previously so didn't feel the need to spend all my time in the city. I would park on the outskirts and catch the BART to downtown.
I'm a big fan of Sausalito. Something about the town itself has a really nice vibe to it and they have fantastic views back on the city. I had a nice dinner at Poggio Trattoria, which was probably a bit upscale for me but was super nice. Also enjoyed a beer at No Name Bar with a local who had retired and filled in as a bar tender. We watched one of the Golden State finals, good fun.
Onto the city itself. Most of the things I did were touristy. If you're not into crowds I would stay away from Pier 39. That was in May, remember. I can only imagine what July/August would be like. But it was pretty cool to see the sea lions at the pier.
I made my way up Coit Tower, which had some pretty amazing views of the city. Again, though, if lines aren't your thing I'd recommend not coming here. Probably waited around 40 mins to get up there for a total of 5 mins. I was fine with it, but can imagine not everyone would be.
I originally wanted to see a San Francisco Giants Baseball game, however they weren't playing. So I went across to Oakland to see the Athletics play. I don't know much about Baseball, but I'm an A's fan now.
And of course, how could I forget the good old Golden Gate Bridge?!. It might just be a bridge, but it is pretty incredible close up. Also the little spot that GIF is from is a nice viewing platform away from the crowds.
Lake Tahoe, CA. 29/05 - 31/05: I didn't know how I was going to like Lake Tahoe, because having Nevada there and casinos around I thought it might be a little much for me. Can confirm, it's a lovely spot that far exceeded expectations.
The drive in from San Francisco alone was enough to get me excited for Lake Tahoe
Driving from Lake Tahoe to Redding I went the scenic route and stopped at Truckee, CA. It allowed me to take the lovely drive along the river out, and then through the rest of Tahoe National Forest as well. In Truckee I ate at Coffee And, which was a classic little diner with a lovely waitress and homestyle food. Exactly what I want in a small American town.
Also stopped briefly at Lake Spaulding, which was a cute little lake on the way.
Redding, CA. 31/05 - 2/06: Another baffler for some people who didn't understand why I would go to Redding. This was my gateway into Shasta-Trinity National Forest. Also was an interesting little town with the giant Bethel Church) centred here.
Would highly recommend doing the Black Butte Trail near Mt Shasta. Has some incredible views of Mt Shasta itself and although a pretty strenuous hike uphill, it involves some cool rock scrambling, if that's your thing. Despite all this, the highlight of basically my life so far was making friends with this guy. He was even nice enough to pose for me.
On the drive from Redding into Oregon, I passed Mt Shasta again around Dunsmuir and got some nice views along the way
Crater Lake National Park, OR. 2/06 - 5/06: Based myself about 20 miles outside of Ashland, OR whilst exploring Crater Lake National Park. Stayed with this total hippie family at an Airbnb which turned out to be on a Weed Farm. I'd forgotten that it was legal in Oregon. But they were the best.
I was surprised to hear from a lot of people local to the area that they hadn't made it to Crater Lake yet. They need to get there, NOW. It's hard to describe or even capture in pictures the beauty of the lake. The deepest lake in the USA, and also has 0 tributaries, meaning that it has just been filled by rain and snow over millions of years. I hiked Garfield Peak, which still had some snow on it and was technically closed, but should open soon.
Eugene, OR. 5/06 - 7/06: Back when I was at university, I seriously considered transferring to the University of Oregon for a year. I kinda regret not doing it, especially after being in Eugene and seeing the town/campus. I didn't take a lot of photos, mostly just walked around and took it all in.
Firstly, I would recommend checking out the University of Oregon campus. I've never seen a place be so passionate about their college, although I think that's a normal thing for a college town. Check out Hayward Field if you get there before they tear it down. An Olympic runner called Steve "Pre" Prefontaine went to the U of O and he's pretty famous around there. They call themselves Tracktown, USA because of their Track & Field program at the university
Other than going up Skinner Butte, where I got a nice view of the town, I got some beers at Beer Garden. They had a huge selection of different beers/ciders and they also had a beer garden (go figure) that was surrounded by food trucks. Also got pizza at Track Town Pizza, which I would recommend just for the fact that it seemed like the entirety of Hayward Field went there after an NCAA meet during the day
Portland, OR. 7/06 - 9/06: Currently in Portland and to be honest I haven't actually checked out the city itself at all. I'm planning to on my way out tomorrow, so here's what I've done so far anyway.
The Colombia River Gorge is an incredible drive only minutes from Portland itself that I would recommend to anybody. Unfortunately for me, the Eagle Creek fire that went through last year is still showing its effects and therefore a lot of the trails I wanted to hike were closed. Despite this, the drive itself and the stops along the way were still beautiful
The places I stopped at included Vista House, Latourell Falls, Bridal Veil Falls, and Multnomah Falls. Multnomah is probably the most popular stop along the way, and I can say that because I tried to go in the morning and the car park was closed because it was full. So I had to come back later in the afternoon
I spent some time in Hood River, which was a cute little town that had a lot to offer and was a good place to stop and turn back. I had lunch at Double Mountain Brewery, which I'd recommend. There's micro-breweries galore though all across Oregon, so feel free to try the like 3 others just in this small town
Summary If anyone makes it this far, I bloody salute you. I can say already though that the last 2 and a bit weeks have been amongst the best of my life. From here, I head to Seattle tomorrow, before crossing into Canada and doing the Rockies. I'll try to make these a bit more regularly so it's not a huge chunk of writing that is terribly written and hard to read. If anyone has any questions or wants to know more, please reach out! I want to help in any way I can if you're planning a similar trip or a trip to an area I am going/have been. Cheers!
Thank you, California! My time with you was out of this world.
Firstly, a happy 4th of July to you all. Enjoy your celebrations! A few weeks ago, I asked for suggestions from you all, for a less than touristy two week stay. In addition to the route that we had in mind, I tried to incorporate as many of your ideas as I could. If you can't be arsed reading it, then the TL,DR is: we had an amazing time! Almost everything was perfect - the weather was beautiful, the scenery amazing, the people fantastic. We landed in LA and caught a taxi to West Hollywood where we were to spend a couple of nights. I only booked our rental car for after LA, so we caught a taxi from the airport to Hollywood and I got ripped off - $70! We have Uber here in the UK, but I have never had a need to use them. Everyone recommended them, so I booked one to take me back to pick up my car - $16 - that's more like it. We then spent several days driving up Highway 1/101, firstly stopping in Morro Bay, which was amazing. We then went to Monterey which, I'm going to be honest, was the low-light of the trip. I really don't get Monterey...the pier looks tacky like a shit British seaside town and everything else we saw was very underwhelming. To top it off, the hotel we stayed at was the most expensive of the entire trip and we had to pay extra to park the car and then there wasn't even free wifi for guests. We then made our way to SF, which I've been to before and is one of my favourite cities in the world. We weren't able to get tickets to Alcatraz, but managed to cram in a lot of the touristy stuff in our 3 days there - cycling over the bridge, Haight/Ashbury, Fishermans Wharf etc. We met a bloke in Morro Bay who suggested we visit a live music venue called Biscuits & Blues, which turned out to be a great suggestion! I had been drinking craft beers everywhere as your big name domestic 'beer' is like having sex on a canoe i.e. Fucking close to water. At B&B, I was drinking 21st Amendment IPA - holy shit, it was amazing! But at 7% and me having 8 pints of the stuff, plus half a dozen Fireballs, I was properly pissed as we made our way home. I managed to make it back safely, but apparently I stopped and bought 20 Slim Jims for sustenance on the way. Wrappers everywhere when I woke up! We then went to South Lake Tahoe, after being caught in 50 miles of horrible traffic from somewhere that had a NASCAR race on (Sonoma?) to past Sacramento, in 108° heat. Tahoe was absolutely amazing! The house we stayed at in the Keys was stunning. We both agreed that we would happily sell our house here in Cambridge and live there if we could. We liked it so much that we factored in another day to stay there. We then headed towards Yosemite and stayed in Mammoth Lakes, which was just beautiful. My kinda place, what with the access to mountains and such. Johns Pizzaworks was a great place to eat...the beer flows like wine and, pardon my immaturity, but the waitresses are all hot and wear short shorts. Yosemite was like nothing I've ever seen and not really as crowded as was suggested. I'd like to come back to Yosemite and spend more time in this area. We followed the suggestion and took 395 to Death Valley which I loved. Constantly changing scenery, but always beautiful. We stopped at several places along the way, but the highlight (if for no other reason, the bloody temperature!) was Badwater Basin where it hit 126°! I thought I as dying! From here we went to Las Vegas. I've never really wanted to go there, but every single person I've ever met anywhere in he world, says it is unbelievable, so I thought we'd give it a go. I'm glad I went, but I think it's a bit shit. It's crazy how they managed to do all that in the desert and the spectacle of the whole thing was good to see, but I got bored very quickly. We stayed at two hotels/casinos - the MGM Grand and the Bellagio. The Bellagio was the better of the two. The highlights of LV were the amazing steak I had at Gallaghers and seeing Cirque de Soleil. The show we watched was called Zarkana and it was spectacular! Anyway, we had a super time and I'm sad it is over, I could easily spend another month pottering around. Thanks to everyone who gave us suggestions and I apologise for the long post. Once again, I hope everyone is having a wonderful 4th of July and from the bottom of my heart, thank you to the people of California for giving us an amazing vacation.
Chukchansi looking to fill 70 jobs tomorrow (Wednesday 6/29/2016) at fair
Chukchansi Gold Resort and Casino is looking to fill 70 full and part-time positions during a job fair Wednesday. A variety of positions are available across all departments including food and beverage, housekeeping, hotel, information technology, marketing, security, table games and transportation/valet. Orville Reid, Chukchansi’s director of human resources, said managers will be conducting interviews and making offers on the spot to quality, guest-service centric individuals. “Chukchansi is an exciting place to work with competitive wages, employee events and discounts and much more,” Reid said in a statement. “We’re looking for talented, dedicated people who can work together in a team environment to provide a memorable experience for our guests every day.” Reid encourages applicants to “bring a positive attitude, resume and dress to impress.” The job fair will take place from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in conference rooms at the hotel, located at 711 Lucky Lane in Coarsegold. Those hired will enjoy full benefits including medical, dental, vision, life insurance, Aflac availability, free and discounted meals in the Team Dining Room and paid time off. Employees will also receive training, uniforms, team member T-shirts and perks including raffles and prizes, free turkey or ham during the holidays, birthday meal vouchers and invitations to the annual company picnic and town hall meetings. Additionally, employees can take advantage of discounts for movie tickets, Costco memberships, the Monterey Bay Aquarium, Six Flags, Verizon Wireless and Chukchansi Park. Since its re-opening in January, Chukchansi Gold Resort and Casino has grown its staff to nearly 1,000 employees. https://www.hrapply.com/chukchansi/AppJobList.jsp?op=reset SOURCE: http://www.thebusinessjournal.com/news/employment/23014-chukchansi-looking-to-fill-70-jobs-tomorrow-at-fair
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