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Crater Lake National Park & Portland, Oregon (6/21/17-6/24/17)

Our trip of the northwest continues! We spent a few days at Crater Lake NP. It was soooo breathtaking! The water was so pure, clear, and blue! 272 more words

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My First Relay Experience

Way back before the beginning of the year, my husband and I were asked to join a relay team. We decided to make the commitment as this relay was actually something we had wanted to do, and it was close to home, which made making arrangements for childcare etc. 2,077 more words

Workin' Out

Red Ants (Bead head) Single Hook

The Red Ant is very similar to the Rogue Ant. Indeed John Shewey mentions in his book Steelhead Flies that the Rogue Ant is also referred to as the Rogue Red Ant. 151 more words

Rogue River Report

Weakening the Confidence of the Tribes, Planning their Removal 1854-1856

In 1853, Joel Palmer was managing numerous needs of the Tribes in Western Oregon as Indian Superintendent of the Oregon Territory.  His first Treaty was the Treaty with the Rogue River tribes, negotiated and agreed upon by September 10, 1853, and nine days later Palmer was in the Umpqua Valley and negotiated the treaty with the Cow Creek on September 19th 1853. 1,637 more words

Law enforcement training on the Rogue

Every year marine law enforcement personnel from around Oregon perfect their navigation skills on the Rogue River.

The annual event began Tuesday on the river from Rogue Elk Park to Dodge Bridge on the upper Rogue, and continues on the upper Rogue Wednesday and Thursday. 7 more words

Mail Tribune

Rogue River To Winston, Oregon

Mary is no longer available for RV traveling, but we remain good friends.
Because we have 4,000+ postings, I’ve invited her to continue posting entries on this blog.
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Weed, California To Rogue River, Oregon

Mary is no longer available for RV traveling, but we remain good friends.
Because we have 4,000+ postings, I’ve invited her to continue posting entries on this blog.
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