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Trip Report - Mt. Hood 04/21/17

Friday’s forecast had climbers rejoicing that we would have one of the few good climbing days in April. The lingering snow storm was to dissipate Thursday evening to make way for a rare blue bird day Friday. 697 more words

Earth: Interpreted

When I think about celebrating Earth Day, I think of nature… that precious balance of plants, animals, soil, water and air that provide the perfect terrestrial home for all living things. 43 more words

United States

Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge: Earth

Here is my entry for this week’s Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge with the topic of Earth.  ENJOY.

Qi (energy) hugs

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Cee Neuner

Oregon Tourism and Wasco County

Planning staff participated in a series of events sponsored by Travel Oregon in 2016. This series was focused on rural tourism, and ways to improve outreach, coordination, marketing, and more in the Gorge and Eastern Oregon. 333 more words

General Info

Desert blooms

On our last days of driving home, we saw a great number of desert blooms from Arizona to Southern California. We had heard on the radio that the high desert to the east of LA was experiencing a bloom that had not been seen for over 10 yrs.   352 more words

Winter Trip 2017

keep jumbo wild

Not many new videos as the season is coming to an end and the resorts are starting to close. Soon the annual migration to Mt.Hood will begin so we can all keep skiing. 97 more words

The Daily Prophet

Snow Camping | Trillium Lake

Went snow camping for the first time. Learn some new skills and had a great time with a bunch of awesome women! We backpacked out to Trillium Lake in the Mt Hood National Forest. 50 more words

Outdoors