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Salmon Fishing on the Klamath River Spit to Close for the Season

Anglers only have a limited time to fish for salmon in a popular Del Norte County spot before it closes for the season.

Klamath River anglers in the Spit Area (within 100 yards of the channel through the sand spit formed at the Klamath River mouth) will have caught their sub-quota of 167 adult fall-run Chinook salmon by sundown on Monday, Aug 22, 2016. 169 more words

Fishing (Sport)

Tour Thru Tree - Klamath, CA

Part of preparing for a DohlTripping excursion is consulting sources like RoadsideAmerica and AtlasObscura for some off-the-wall stops along our route. That’s how we knew we needed to go by the… 199 more words

Mission: North America

Narrow Escape Through the Stout Trees

The narrow road through the stout trees should have alerted us that the final challenge would narrow down ever further.

Sure enough. It did. Such a narrow passage, we had to fold in our mirrors. 93 more words

California

Redwoods - Part 2

Redwoods – Day 2:

We were up at 6:30am and made breakfast. With little to do in camp, we headed out early to  drove south on Highway 101 and found the… 1,552 more words

Travel

Redwoods - Part 1

Redwoods Trip  –  Day 0

This is the story of my family’s first trip the Redwoods. Because the story is long, I will break it into four parts and publish them in rapid succession. 2,152 more words

Travel

Battle Creek, The First Battle in The Willamette Valley

Battle Creek, in Salem, is the location for perhaps the earliest conflict between the tribes in the Willamette Valley and the settlers, in early August 1846 (Oregon Spectator article August 6, 1846). 879 more words

Molalla Chief Crooked Finger, the Battle of Abiqua and the 1851 Molalla Treaty

Crooked Finger (Loshuk), the Molalla  Chief, lived in an upland valley in the foothills of the Cascades, above present day Scott’s Mills. This area is called Crooked Finger’s Prairie even today. 2,400 more words