Mckenzie River Mountain Resort
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... so good to be warm, no rain just blue sky and I was one happy rider. I soon shed the clothes and my support guy Bill was there to retrieve them. There were tail winds now and then, which was nice and I only climbed 1300’ elevation throughout the day. The shoulders were for the most part clear
We came across a cool art Gallery in Leaburg but it was ...
... she reaches 24. Being such a nice day we shared the lake and so the sounds of the usual fisherman’s bluffs mingled across the water with the splash of an osprey actually catching a fish. We crept up to a grebe on a log and found some Spring Azures Butterflies basking as well before the sun hid behind a cloud and we realized that the summer fašade was really an Oregon June at 3000 feet and so we headed for our campfire.
We woke up Saturday to the soft ...
Friday, June 3rd Happy Birthday Alexis!!!
We headed out of the campground in good time and decided to stop in Springfield, OR to hit up Best Buy and Michaels. Jared had a $10 rewards coupon for Best Buy so we figured we would stop in and see if there was anything we needed. We spent a long time looking around, but ended up not getting anything. Then we headed over to Michaels to look for some stuff that we needed for the cribbage board Jared is working on, ...
Day 45, September 15, 2010
On the South Fork of the McKenzie River, off of Hwy 126 outside of Rainbow, OR
105 miles today; gas $3.09 per gallon
Elevation 1,880’; 255 miles from home
Scenic roads that took our breath away all day
Dinner last night ended up being chicken patties and Top Ramen…guess who chose the ...
... trail disappears until we get closer and realized it's a bunch of switchbacks leading further up the mountain. Ok so now I'm worried! We ended up at the spring right as it got too dark to see. Talk about timing! The next day was raining and miserable. It was nothing but ankle breaking sized rocks, cold ass rain blowing from the side and it was so foggy it seemed like there was no ...