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US Forest Service Roads: a brief history and reflection

Nothing embodies the word freedom more than the dusty one lane tracks that make up United States Forest Service road network. There are over 380,000 miles of Forest Service roads in the United States. 411 more words


Golden return in sights

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AFTER just over six months in the paddock growing, Black River trainer Michelle Petrofski is confident Golden Guardian will return for an even better second preparation from today. 5,874 more words

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Mount Adams

Two weeks after hiking Mount St. Helens we found ourselves climbing its big neighbor 34 miles east. At 12,281ft Mount Adams is the 2nd highest peak in Washington and like St. 783 more words

Weekend Trips

Mount St. Helens

In Washington there’s no shortage of peaks to explore but highest on my list was a mountain that had its peak blown off 37 years ago. 1,055 more words

Weekend Trips

Fall Hike

Last weekend I set out on an adventure. The mission? To experience the Fall colors. Jacob and I woke up early on 10/14 drove to Vancouver, WA to pick up my dad and brother and headed north. 355 more words


Pinchot Politics

The 1911 prosecution of U.S. Steel was not the first occasion for friction between former President Theodore Roosevelt and his hand-picked successor William Howard Taft.  Most prominent was the firing of Gifford Pinchot in 1910. 259 more words