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Keepin' a Lookout: Carey Dome

Fire season is wrapping up in the Pacific Northwest as Fall approaches. Here is a recent image I captured of the Carey Dome fire lookout on the… 119 more words

Idaho

North Okanagan drivers frustrated over damaged bridge that’s gone months without repairs

The bridge over the Salmon River at Heywood-Armstrong Road near Armstrong remains closed months after it was seriously damaged by flood waters.

And that’s causing major headaches for commuters. 503 more words

News

Salmon River Trail Hike in Welches, OR

At the beginning of summer I bought an Instant Dome 5 Person Tent. Though I’ve been wanting to go camping, I haven’t actually been yet (not since I was much younger, at least) but considering it was only $60 at Costco and sold for over $110 everywhere else, I couldn’t pass it up—especially considering I live in Oregon, land of one million campsites. 473 more words

Oregon

Iconic paddlers: Dr Walt Blackadar

Of all the paddlers in this series, none has a more singular or spectacular story than that of Dr Walt Blackadar, the gun-toting, vodka-drinking country doctor who started kayaking in his mid-40s and, through sheer bravery bordering on lunacy, tackled first descents the likes of which the world had never seen. 1,284 more words

The Paddler News

Leaving Las Vegas

Thirteen years ago I moved to Las Vegas from my home in Colorado.  Today, I have retired.  Tomorrow morning, with my Lance travel trailer in tow, I leave for Santa Fe.   297 more words

Lifestyle Notes

3 years after moving in, homebuyer can finally call backyard his own

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Genel

Idaho, on the other side

Up early to take advantage of the predicted blue skies: wrong again, it’s cloudy and cold! The warm sunny weather we seek is tantalisingly within reach according to the forecasts as we go to sleep, but seems to silently slip away as we slumber. 1,462 more words

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