We have collected the best Northern California Quotes by famous authors including Ronnie Montrose, Christine Feehan, Timothy Olyphant, Jeff Gordon, Guy Fieri and many others, we hope that among them you will find the right thought.
I was producing demos for a band that was called Physical Ed. Out of production of demos I went and did a few jam sessions with then in Northern California clubs, but I never actually toured with them.
I live on the beautiful Northern California coast. I have always loved hiking, whale watching and being outdoors.
I can’t root for the Lakers. I grew up in northern California, so I spent many of my young adult years rooting against the Lakers.
In California, especially Northern California, the fans really cheer for me.
Growing up in Northern California, I’ve only seen snow at Christmas maybe twice in my life! I was always jealous of my cousins on the East Coast with their white Christmases.
For years I drove a big Ford F250 pickup. That was my ride because two-thirds of my work was wood work, and I’m always driving up to Northern California, where I harvest salvaged trees.
Growing up in northern California has had a big influence on my love and respect for the outdoors. When I lived in Oakland, we would think nothing of driving to Half Moon Bay and Santa Cruz one day and then driving to the foothills of the Sierras the next day.
I have the largest collection of Hulk memorabilia in the world – everything from toilet paper, wallpaper, bicycles – all boxed up at my house in Northern California. I’ve had it for so long, I think it might be time to sell it.
A lot of people from the Bay, especially musicians, feel like northern California is not the place where everything’s poppin’ off and not quite on the cutting edge artistically as New York or L.A. People from the Bay feel like they have something to prove, and I always love feeling like I have something to prove.
I love coming back around Northern California.
I grew up in Northern California – Marin County, Tiburon. And it’s interesting. It’s a very rich place, but a lot of the affluent people are – they’re not as showy. So, like, they might have, like, a Saab or a Volvo. And then here comes my dad from Iran. He buys a Rolls-Royce.
I’m from Santa Cruz in Northern California, and the 49ers were my dad and I’s bonding time. We would go to games in the ’80s. It was a good time to fall in love with football when your team was unstoppable.
I think California has some very good looking women… I know Stephanie Seymour is from San Diego, and I know Josie Maran – who’s my very good friend – she’s from Northern California. So I think California produces some good looking women, for sure.
Lindsay Hatton’s novel ‘Monterey Bay’ so beautifully evokes the landscape of the titular locale, you’ll feel transported to Northern California even if you’re reading it on the bus on your morning commute.
I like loud music. I like music that fills my ears. I’m just going to pull out my iPod and see what we got here. We’re always interested in new bands because we have a retail store in northern California. I think it’s got to be happy.
As I got into my teens, I started reading better books, beginning with the Beats and then the hippie writers, people like Wallace Stegner up in Northern California, and all the political New Journalism stuff, the Boys on the Bus dudes and Ken Kesey.
I grew up in northern California, where it was consistently in the hundreds in the summertime. My dad didn’t think he should have to turn on the air conditioning when we had a swimming pool in our backyard; it was our built-in air conditioner.
In a day when you can kind of choose where you can play, Northern California is the place for me.
I continue to be a photographer; I have enjoyed fishing and hunting with a close friend; and have owned two ranches, first in northern California and then in the state of Washington.
I grew up in Northern California, and theater is all there was. I didn’t know how to go about starting a career when I was 10.
I’m from Santa Cruz in Northern California, and the 49ers were my dad and I’s bonding time.
I’m not really a Hollywood person. Not that I don’t like L.A., but I’m just a Northern California guy.
I grew up in Northern California on the peninsula. It was a beautiful house, but it was very traditional. It wasn’t midcentury modern. I’m talking 1970s, early ’80s – design didn’t even go ‘Wall Street’ until, like, 1986.
What is John Arriaga’s circle of competence? Is it real estate? No! Is it U.S. real estate? No! Is it California real estate? No! Northern California real estate? No! Only real estate around Stanford. His circle of competence is this small.
I grew up in Northern California, so the hippies were still around. My father and mother were very Republican, very strait-laced and very uptight, but my uncles were hippies.