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S’Mores World Record Broken in Rocklin

The whole world was focused on the 2016 Rio Olympics, but elsewhere in the world records were being set by non-Olympic athletes, too. Did you know that August 10th was National S’mores Day? Or that the celebration went beyond just you enjoying S’mores without any of the guilt normally associated with these tasty treats?

In fact, a Guinness World Record attempt was made by the Girl Scouts Heart of Central California. The world record they wanted to smash: The largest number of people in one place making S’mores at the same time. 

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Sacramento From the River Walk

Keeping Sacramento’s Urban Forest in Good Shape

There’s a thought provoking meme doing the rounds online that basically says, “Imagine for a second that trees gave off Wi-Fi signals, we’d be planting trees everywhere and we’d probably go a long way to saving our planet, too. Too bad they only produce the oxygen we breathe and not just sit there looking pretty.” The sad thing about this meme is that it’s true – we place more value on the strength of our Wi-Fi signal than on the health of our ecosystems. But people are starting to wake up to the fact that Mother Nature matters, and a recent initiative by Sacramento’s City Council aims to protect the city’s urban forest.

The goal of the new ordinance is to allow for better management of the Sacramento’s trees, both on public and private property. Until recently, property owners or developers could remove trees of any age without getting prior approval. Now that the trees have been recognized as an integral part of the city’s infrastructure, and that our urban forest is just as important a feature of the city as anything else, it makes sense to preserve them.

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Tiger at the Sacramento Zoo

The Sacramento Zoo Is Set To Get A Facelift

The entrance to Sacramento Zoo is one of the most iconic sights in the state, and has been in place since 1961. These distinctively-shaped awnings at the entrance to the zoo are called hyperbolic paraboloids, and give the zoo’s entrance its unique look and feel. The smaller buildings are the entry and exit points of the zoo, while the larger structure was the site of the Discovery Room, which has since been converted into an air conditioned space for younger children to cool down in when visiting the zoo during the warm summer months.

Unfortunately due to issues with dry rot, and the potential for structural problems based on that, the entrance to the Sacramento Zoo now requires a complete overhaul. While every effort is being made to preserve the original look and feel of the entrance, it may be necessary for the buildings to be torn down and replaced for health and safety reasons.

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California State Fairgrounds, Sacramento

The State Fair in Sacramento Always Delivers Incredible Eats

If the smell of freshly cut grass, backyard BBQ and the blazing, fiery ball in the sky overhead hasn’t been enough to convince you that summer is here, well maybe the California State Fair can. Even the world’s greatest curmudgeon can’t resist a State Fair, and the proof of that is the CSF is now celebrating its 163rd year of bringing fun, food and entertainment to residents of Sacramento. The 2016 fair looks set to attract around 600,000 visitors, part of the annual increase in visitors it’s been enjoying now for the last few decades.

Now, when you think about the fair you’re automatically thinking cotton candy, corn dogs, and all sorts of beverages. Sure, there’s lots of amazing stuff to enjoy at the fair, but from July 8th to July 24th we’re pretty sure you’re going to be thinking with your stomach first, and your head second.

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Don’t Forget These 5 Moving Tips While You Pack

Moving to a new home is rated as one of the most stressful experiences in life outside of the death of a loved one and divorce. There are so many things you need to remember, because you’re literally packing your entire life into boxes and bags, so you can’t afford to forget anything when you’re moving to another city, like Sacramento, or outside of our area . Sure, you can use a moving company, but they can’t be responsible if you forget to pack several important items.

We’ve put together a list of our five top tips for when you’re packing up everything you own in the world.

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9 Reasons to Love Sacramento Summers

The long, warm days of summer are finally here, and between the temperatures rising into the 90s, and the chance to take some time off work, things are looking pretty good for the people of Sacramento.

It’s time to take the tarp off the BBQ, inflate the tires of your favorite bicycle, grab your swimming trunks, and get ready to have fun. But why struggle on deciding where to go on vacation when you have everything you could possibly need right here at home?

We decided to save you the headache of doing the research yourself, coming up with nine of the best things you can do in Sacramento this summer:

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Moving Away From Sacramento – How To Pack

Moving away from Sacramento is a lot of work.

For most people, packing is the hardest part. How do you pack when moving away from Sacramento? Today, we’re explaining the tips and tricks that will make it easy to pack when moving away from Sactown.

Start By Collecting Boxes For The Move:

You’re going to need lots of boxes for your move. In fact, you’re probably going to need more boxes than you think. Many people are surprised by how much stuff they own once they start clearing out closets and basements.

Your first step when preparing to move away from Sacramento is to collect as many boxes as possible. Ask around at local stores for their old boxes. Ask friends for their old moving boxes. Buy new moving boxes. Ask your moving company for boxes (many have special reinforced moving boxes available at discount rates).

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5 Things To Consider When Moving Out of Sacramento

Are you moving out of Sacramento? Preparing for a move can be challenging. You’re picking up your entire life – and all your belongings – and moving to a new location.

Wherever you’re moving, you need to consider some important things. By thinking about these things today, you can better prepare for the move in the future:

Change of Climate from Sacramento:

Sacramento has a similar climate to the regions around the Mediterranean. It’s one of the sunniest and most beautiful parts of America in terms of weather.

Unless you’re moving to Southern California or Hawaii, leaving Sacramento means giving up great weather. The place you’re moving isn’t likely to have the same hot, dry summers as Sacramento and the mild winters.

If you’re moving north, you may have to invest in rain gear, winter gear, boots, and other cold weather apparel.

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Sacramento Tower Bridge

If You’re Moving to Sacramento—14 Main Things to Know

Living the west coast lifestyle is what dreams are made of for most people, especially anyone living in a state where they spend most of their year either freezing, or soaking wet, or a combination of both.

Fortunately, for some, Sacramento remains off the beaten path in terms of a surge of families relocating, simply because most people relocating to California are heading straight for the coast.

Fuller Moving Services has assisted in hundreds of moves to Sacramento, and here are some of the reasons why you might want to live here too:

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