4th of July in Mt. Shasta

by Shasta Cascade on July 4, 2009

The 4th of July is the biggest weekend of the year in Mt. Shasta, drawing thousands of visitors to the area.

People come from all around the state to enjoy the beauty of the area and the spectacular fireworks show over Siskiyou Lake.

This year the 4th fell on Saturday, so Friday was observed as a holiday. Most people came into town on Friday, and left on Sunday.

For one weekend, Mt. Shasta was a bustling town: the parking lots of all the restaurants and hotels were full.

By Sunday night, Mt. Shasta was again a quiet town.

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Aeverlytats August 13, 2015 at 9:46 pm

When you make stuff.. don’t you do it to receive pluasere???As for, Worship People worship in many different ways. If you go to a concert enjoy the music.. you are worshipping the artists when you jump up wave your hands in the air, like u just don’t care. When you go to a movie, an election or something to that nature and give a standing ovations, clap celebrate .. THAT’S ALSO a form of WORSHIP .So, believe it or not everyone worships things all the time. The wise ones will worship God.

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