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Valerie Reddemann 19-Jun-2016 18:39
Cheryl. I am the co-lead of the Choose Chico economic development campaign. I would like to use one of your images on our website. Can you please contact me so that we can arrange for proper recognition?
thank you!
David Arne Oustad (2nd cousin) 19-Jun-2014 19:26
Thank you for sharing these pictures. I don't know why I have not found my way here until now. Steve was my 2nd cousin. His grandfather Peder and my grandfather Anton were brothers back in the old country of Norway. I didn't even know about my 2nd cousins until late 90's when doing my genealogy, I discovered the San Jose Oustads. I met Steve at a couple of the family reunions there in San Jose. I am glad that I got to meet him even for that short time before his death.
Rosemary Febbo 22-Aug-2013 00:16
Hi - as the fires continue this season and every season I can't help but think of Steve Oustad. You see we had met about a year before his death and we had just really started to get to know each other well shortly before his accident. He kind of swept me off my feet with his sweetness and kindness, and his good looks. I couldn't attend any of the memorials that were held and I often regret that. He was very special to me. Thanks for this photo gallery.
George Campana 10-Jul-2009 01:45
Cheryl, I come to your site from time to time paying respects to old friends and good times. The marriage has been over a good long while now and I am at peace. Good spirits and high energy once again loving life. Moved to Goshen and bought a small house,man cave, starting to really make it home.

Peace, George
George Campana 10-Jul-2009 01:44
Cheryl, I come to your site from time to time paying respects to old friends and good times. The marriage has been over a good long while now and I am at peace. Good spirits and high energy once again loving life. Moved to Goshen and bought a small house,man cave, starting to really make it home.

Peace, George
steve ringstad 06-Jun-2009 15:37
hi cheryl,how much for a 5BY7 of Hot Tuna DCP 0456 JPG,Ma'am ? 20902 was the year i lost my Father-so this Photo wouklsd be Very Special For Me!!! could You Please write mE i'll Pay Yopur Postage,Of Course Thank You Very Kindly Steve Ringstad 11343 Leecrest Wichita,KS 67209 Cheers
Zane Crosby 06-May-2009 15:19
Cheryl, I lived in Chico for the first half of my life, and know exactly where you took that picture from. Consider the drive to the upper lake area when my family would go there and camp. In the early fifties through the sixties, the most taken route to the upper lakes went through Lake Philbrook, which you have a photo of. The dirt road began at Innskip and went through an old stage stop called Chapparel. It then took a fork over the west fork the feather river. Anyway, there are 14 lakes in the region, perhaps the most picturesque would be the combo of Saddle, and Long. Along which is where there are Indian markings on a granite face, if it is still being upkept by the Forestry Dept. If you ever decide to make a trek up there again and stay awhile, then try to find the end of the Ben Lomand Trail. If you do, then you will be exposed to a sight indeed. You can look almost straight down from some 7000 ft., and look right into the town of Belden, on the Feather River, at 3000 ft. along Hwy 70. In between Lotts Lake and the end of the Trail, you will find Chips Lakes(3), Grassy Lake, Long and Saddle, Spring Valley, Morris Lake, Murphy's Lake and Bear lake, and a few others.
Guest 22-Jun-2007 06:06
Pbase needs more galleries like yours.
Guest 08-Mar-2007 06:58
Your photos are good. I'll be back.
sheridine 30-Oct-2006 02:23
Hello :) erm, i passed by a website with a story entitled "Entwined" by you, or a person with the same name as you, i was wondering if there was a second part to it... sorry if it isn't you... thanks!
Richard Haas 10-Oct-2006 21:05
Could you please contact me. Thanks in advance
Guest 01-Aug-2006 01:56
I never signed your guestbook??

Wow. You are the best! A sister, and amazing friend, one of the kindest people I've ever met! I love you!
Guest 20-Jul-2006 11:03
Hi Cheryl!

Thank you - so nice to hear from you! Hope all is well...

Tim Whitmill 07-Apr-2006 02:29
Hi Cheryl,
I just surfed into your galleries and spent a wonderful evening looking at your photos. It appears that you live somewhere "on the ridge". I was born in Paradise but don't get back there often enough. Beautiful work!
Guest 07-Mar-2006 04:08
Helo :)
I fell apon your work while searching for images of Chico. I am very impressed. I love your style and personal flare.
robin 10-Dec-2005 00:46
hi cheryl!
your photos are beautiful ... do you sell any prints?
Jeff Cochran11-Jun-2005 14:58
Enjoyed your collections.
Gabriel 26-Apr-2005 02:01
Hi Cheryl, i realy like your flowers over white, i have a site,, and i´d like to show some of those photos there, it´s only to show them to other people, if you like the idea send them or write me
Robert Finlayson24-Feb-2005 22:29
Hi Cheryl, thanks for commenting on my PAD. You are right, it is cotton. I guess that was a fairly easy question for you guys in the States. A more trickly one for the folks back home in the UK as we don't see real cotton plants that often!! Thanks again - much appreciated, Robert.
Adam 27-Jan-2005 09:20
I love your picture of the shakers I would love for you to contact me as I have a large wall space that needs a picture of this quality .

Guest 02-Dec-2004 12:21
you got that right, my son Pepe is growing up real fast. thanks for the comments and visiting my galleries, especially Pepe's.
Cheryl Hawkins26-Sep-2004 20:51
THANK YOU Erich, that was very nice of you and I love it!
EMangl26-Sep-2004 20:31
Guest 24-Sep-2004 00:14
Thank you for visiting and commenting on my image of the back lit shell. I am always moved by natures symmetry. I am also happy to be able to capture and preserve its beauty. Glad you enjoyed the image.
Guest 20-Sep-2004 06:27
Very good work in your galleries, had a great time visiting.
Dan29-Aug-2004 11:23
Thanks for the visit and comment in my galleries. I enjoyed my visit to yours. Welcome to pbase and keep posting.
Valeska05-Aug-2004 04:52
Hi Cheryl
Thanks for your comment on my PAD the hypericum. It's altimes nice wenn somebody takes time to write something. I take a quick look to your pad and specially the last three pictures I love. I only can see Keep clicking away on this pad.
Warm regards
barbara conley 14-Jul-2004 14:34
Cheryl, Your photos are very creative and imaginative. Looks like you were having fun, and it shows. Great work. Barbara
gen 02-Jul-2004 00:48
It's wild beauty evokes creativity and passion in me, and I'm sure it reflects all the creativity and passion in you! Good shot!
Steven Caudill30-Jun-2004 03:40
Hi Cheryl,
This is Steven; you left a comment on my gallery (Images of India)...
I just wanted to say "thanks" for the comment... I enjoy getting comments...
So I guess I'm here adding one for you... :-)
I see that you just joined pbase... I look forward to seeing your work...
Ok, Bye,