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The sun was fighting the clouds with intensity and the day would go from heavy fog to extreme glaring sunlight in minutes. Shima and I walked down and along the rocky formations. We headed back to the eastern edge near the bridge so I could make sure it was a river coming thru. At that point I didnt know if it was a river or a bridge there for when the high tide rolled in. We then followed the ...
... on the McKenzie River. I think we figured it out that we were related through Jared’s great grandmother’s uncle who moved out to Oregon long ago as a logger. There is a large group of Koozers that live in close proximity to each other, so that stretch of road along the McKenzie Hwy has been dubbed “Koozerville.” Jared’s parents traveled out here years ago with his grandparents and uncle to visit and returned a few years ago. So ...
We found a camping site in the Umpqua Forest.
We went to a nearby trail to a waterfall.
We built a fire and roasted marsh-mellows.
In the morning we went to another nearby trail and walked to another waterfall.
We drove back to Oakridge.
We went to ...
... a quiet lake and paddle some coves (see picture). If I have time, am going
to take the dogs on a walk this afternoon in the adjoining ancient national forest.
I have made a connection with a couple who belong to a paddling
club near Brinnon (WA) who would like to paddle saturday. My campground
host here was telling me about the san juan islands just N of the
olympic peninsula as an incredible place--whales and such--that is easy
... we share one thing in common: respect, honor, love, and caring for all creatures great and small.” Amy Jo home-schools the children, which she says “offers the young ones more opportunity to spend time with and learn about the animals, which in turn teaches the children so much more about humans.”
The more I found out about TDR, the more curious I became as to how this ranch had evolved. Amy Jo told me that she and Sally had purchased the 18 ...