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Upper Table Rock (Southern Oregon) 27-Nov-2016

The Upper and Lower Table Rocks lie just north of Medford, Oregon and are probably the easiest, most visited, local hikes in the Rogue River Valley.   817 more words

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November on the Rogue River

There are a couple of ways of catching steelhead and salmon this month on the stretch of the Rogue River that I fish a lot. Fly fishing remains a good option, and the fun thing is that you can go full purist with fly, switch or Spey rod, or you can fish a spinning rod with weighted fly and float bobber. 163 more words

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Prescott Park's New Trail 13-Nov-2016

Prescott Park sits on the eastern edge of Medford, Oregon, covering the sloping terrain surrounding Roxy Ann Peak (3,573 feet), the park’s high point, and is managed by the City of Medford.   1,065 more words

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Rogue River Agates

The agates from the Rogue River.

We spent a night at the campground right down on the Jetty in Gold beach.  Ocean very rough, swells large, so we found a gravel area mid way up the jetty, where it was a little safer. 163 more words

Taylor Creek Trail (Southern Oregon) 07-Nov-2016

A few weeks ago, our local paper, the Medford Tribune, ran a story (here) about how the Forest Service, in collaboration with numerous volunteers (and with some artful grantsmanship), had been able to replace five bridges on the Taylor Creek Trail ( 893 more words

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Travel Oregon: 5 Must-See Waterfalls Along the Rogue and Umpqua Rivers

The good folks over at Travel Oregon recently interviewed me about my favorite waterfalls in Southern Oregon. Click here to read the interview and see which five topped the list.