Mount Shasta


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Noun1.Mount Shasta - a volcanic mountain peak in the Cascade Range in northern California (14,162 feet high)Mount Shasta - a volcanic mountain peak in the Cascade Range in northern California (14,162 feet high)
Calif., California, Golden State, CA - a state in the western United States on the Pacific; the 3rd largest state; known for earthquakes
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An Iranian-American real estate broker, Ross Abbasi, is among three candidates running to fill a vacancy on the City Council in Mount Shasta, California.
On their advice, Brogan bought a horse called Mount Shasta which was said to have cost between PS5,000 and PS7,000.
And it is alleged that on their advice, Brogan bought a horse called Mount Shasta which was said to have cost between PS5,000 and PS7,000.
He named it after Mount Shasta, a 10,000 ft high volcano in California, because its flowers were the colour of snow.
When it comes to Northern California's Mount Shasta, which Springfield resident Ann Eikenberry plans to climb in June, the fact that it's there is just one motivation.
Established in 1992, this business offers a solid foundation, a six figure net income and the ability to enjoy an active lifestyle among the scenic landscape of Mount Shasta.
The town of Dunsmuir, California, near Mount Shasta, began as a railroad switching yard and train depot.
Jesse Mattos, 90, had dropped the ring, which bore his initials JTM and the year of his graduation, into a toilet in a butcher's shop in 1938 where he was working when a high school student in Mount Shasta, California.
Some of the plants look a bit like select garden flowers, as indeed they should, for garden plants of gloriosa daisy, Mount Shasta daisy and several of the Michaelmas asters have been derived from the plants of the field.
That led to her decision to climb 14,000-foot Mount Shasta in Northern California recently, an experience she described as "excruciating" but personally rewarding.
Of the 16 California climate zones, Mount Shasta was selected as the most adverse climatic location for managing moisture in these wall systems based on preliminary evaluations.
Local California newspaper the Redding Record Searchlight recently reported that Redding, CA-based Cross Petroleum and Mount Shasta, CA-based Shasta Energy Group are considering the development of a new biodiesel fueling station in northern California.