Best Western Oakridge Inn
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Written in 2009
Late on my last night camping at Tired Dog Ranch (TDR), my dogs and I woke to the sound of whinnying; soft whinnies coming from the nearby pasture just below the camping meadow, my home away from home. It being the middle of the night, I didn't think much of it and drifted off again, but the next morning over coffee I realized it might have been the overdue mare sighing in relief. Sure enough, excited TDR owner Amy Jo found that this ...
Mileage: 41 miles. Altitude Gain: 2100 ft. Ride Time: 3:35 hrs. Total Time: 4:00 hrs. Trip Milage: 265 miles Trip Altitude Gain; 14,900 ft Trip Ride Time: who cares? Today was our final day on the road. The Auferhiede is beautiful from end to end, but she has a wicked kick of 8% for 2 miles till the summit. At the top we talked to a women who was ...
... who would like to paddle the stretch also... One of them, Ken, lives here in Oakridge/Westfir, builds kayaks, and has been down this stretch innumerable times. We are going to do some flatwater paddling today, on one of the reservoirs and the the Middle Fork stretch on Sat. with Tony Hooks. I have another week and a half here and intend to make the most of it, enjoying the perfect weather, kayaking, and hiking. The weather could not be better really. Most days blue ...
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As a last step, I brought the plane in for an annual inspection at Avian Aeronautics at KPWT. I fixed and replaced some things I probably would have left alone if it weren’t for the trip I had planned, like installing a new a battery, replacing an old vacuum pump, and doing the brakes.
With equipment and the critical Antarctica permit in place, I was ready to begin my trip.
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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 ...