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Upper Rogue River Trail (River Bridge to North Fork Dam) 27-Sep-2016

The Upper Rogue River Trail (USFS #1034) is a National Recreation Trail that closely follows the Rogue River for about 47 miles from its headwaters at Boundary Springs in the northwest corner of Crater Lake National Park to the North Fork Dam Recreation Area outside Prospect, Oregon.   997 more words


LIGHTS OUT Kate's Journal

The final goodbye always comes as an unpleasant gut-wrenching surprise no matter how long its approach. I knew that at my father’s passing the mournful sound of “Taps” would echo over the hills of Southern Oregon. 333 more words

Chrome Bright Steelhead Along the Rogue River

September 6th and the weather is making a major change. From the heat of summer to the cool of fall in just a few days. A little overcast graced the early morning hour on the Rogue River. 138 more words


From River Gorge to Grants Pass and Beyond (July 5 2015)

Everyone is moving out of the campground but we stay a while. It is a beautiful place, along the Upper Rogue. The water rushes along big boulders and further down, there is a gorge with natural bridge, pools, cascades and underground river flow. 473 more words

Independence 2015

Rogue River RV Park in Shady Cove is Pure Pacific NW Bliss

Oregon is a state filled with natural wonders and quirky attractions, and those aren’t just found in Portland, the weird, hipster capital of the state. The Rogue River and Siskiyou National Forest make for a great offbeat adventure filled with beautiful scenery and unforgettable experiences! 542 more words

Travel Destinations

Back on the farm

Thursday, July 21, 2016

Pat and I have returned home to the farm from our 8-day trip to Oregon to visit our son Philip.  We had a great time out there with him, and used his weekend off to travel to a beautiful part of SW Oregon, seeing the rocky coastline and the Rogue River Valley.  475 more words

Farm Days

Rogue River

For me, trail running isn’t about competition, it’s about exploration; it’s about freedom. To me there is nothing more freeing than embarking on a self supported adventure. 957 more words

Trail Running