Category Archives: Scout

Umpqua River Valley

Elkton, Oregon is a village on the Umpqua River in the heart of the Oregon wine country about half way between I5 and the ocean. The Elkton RV Park is a nice campground right on the river within easy walking … Continue reading

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Sea Ling Fan

Arf! Bark! Bark! Arf! Tail wag, swoosh, swoosh. Scout here my friends. Lick, lick oops where has this tung been? Hah, oh well go figure. Have I ever been barking busy growing up. The Big Dawg says I am timid … Continue reading

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East of the Cascades in Oregon Catch Up

Peg and I have been having a great time in Eastern Oregon this summer. We left La Grande Hot Springs RV Resort and headed to Lake Simtustus in Madras, Oregon for a month long stay. Lake Simtustus has been our … Continue reading

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Hat Point Overlook on the Snake River Hells Canyon

Hat Point Overlook is 7990 feet above sea level and looks down well over 6000 feet to the Snake River as it flows through Hells Canyon. The Overlook has a fire watch tower, campground and picnic tables. It is safe … Continue reading

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On the Road to Oregon!

Our summer trip to Oregon has been great! We left Craig, Colorado traveling to Manila, Utah and the Flaming Gorge. Manila is a junction in the road on the Utah-Wyoming border close to Washam, Wyoming with a KOA, True Value/grocery … Continue reading

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Doggy Day Care Hangover, Oh My Scout!!

Erp. Erowwwh. Ohhhh, why? Sure make new doggy friends, the Big Dawg said. Play a little it will do you good. Arf, arf and tail wag sounded good to me. No one told me it was like 10 hours of … Continue reading

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Glenwood Canyon Pedestrian T

Tuesday morning bright and early, I drove to West Trailhead of the Glenwood Canyon Trail. This is a 14.4 mile concrete trail that follows I 70 through Glenwood Canyon along the Colorado River. This is an incredible trail. It is … Continue reading

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