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Rogue's Roost: Paradise in the Wilderness, Part 2

“There was a trail down each side of the river, and, at the upper end of the Roost complex, there was a swinging bridge across the river…  The bridge was supported by approximately 5/8 inch steel cables, which in turn were supported by large wooden timbers at each end and anchored to large fir trees.   699 more words


Rogue River Fishing End Of Season Report

Our 2014 Rogue River fall fishing season started out with a bang! Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife Seign Counts at the Gold Beach was near record for Adult steelhead and half pounders. 336 more words

Rogue River Outfitters

A Special Holiday Card Gives Tribute to Black Oaks and Donald L. Donegan

Have you ever heard of Black Oaks?  No.  Then, I’ll tell you.  Black Oaks is a beautiful estate consisting of a main house, whose deck spreads out to embrace the swift waters of the Rogue River, and a series of smaller dwellings, each with their own features.   567 more words


NEW RELEASE REVIEW by Lorna: Walking on Her Grave (Rogue River #4) by Melinda Leigh (@MelindaLeigh1 , @Mollykatie112)

The electrifying conclusion of the romantic suspense novella series from Melinda Leigh and Kendra Elliot.

The sleepy town of Solitude, Oregon, has turned into ground zero for a turf war between the manufacturers and distributors of a lethal new drug. 577 more words


Rogue's Roost: Paradise in the Wilderness, Part 1

When I think of Rogue’s Roost, I am issued once more through the gates of childhood into a pristine and untainted world.  This was a world of heady aromas, incredible beauty, the substance of dreams. 482 more words


NEW RELEASE REVIEW by Lorna: ​Her Grave Secrets (Rogue River Novellas #3) by Kendra Elliot (@KendraElliot , @Mollykatie112)

There are no secrets in a small town—until someone has one worth dying for.

Local cop Stevie Taylor and police chief Zane Duncan have startling new proof that a deadly street drug is expanding its poisonous grip on their small town: a skull found on the banks of the Rogue River has two bullet holes in the back. 441 more words