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Scout at One Year

On October 31 Scout turned 1 year old. Scout joined our adventure just before Christmas 2017 and has been a great addition. Looking back at the pictures of the last year brings lots of memories to life. Peg was so … Continue reading

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Sequoia National Park

Tuesday Peg, Scout and I took a road trip up to Sequoia NP. This is about 120 miles from Bakersfield through Oil City, the vast orchards of nut and fruit trees and small towns to the western entrance. The approach … Continue reading

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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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Grass Valley, Oregon

The Crook County Fair is coming to Prineville leaving all the campsites booked solid well in advance so it is onward. Leaving Prineville we headed north on 97 to Grass Valley. Grass Valley is about half way between Bend and The … 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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La Grande Oregon

La Grande Oregon is in the northeastern corner of the state. This is a wonderful round bowl shaped valley with mountains everywhere you look. The valley is named “Grande Ronde” from the early French trappers and explorers. The early explorers … Continue reading

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