This sign at the base of one of the Giants caught my attention
These trees have very shallow root systems. Their roots only go down 3-6 feet but can spread out several hundred feet. As these roots extend out, they intertwine with other redwoods. This is crucial for survival because a redwood alone would not be able to weather… Continue
Up and downstream the Rogue River
40 minutes of white-nuckle maneurvering and rhetorical cigarettes, I was finally back to the point of doubt. Feverishly walking to #17 I was punishing myself with pessimism from the careless act of leaving my favorite putter. Having to force myself to practice positive thinking (as my sister stresses), bolted on a b-line (whatever that means) to that clear, well blended disc I had left the day before. At…Continue
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What a seldom affair when one can hunt for peace daily. It's so much easier to find it away from the congregation of the city. I feel so lucky and free to be able to roam in special places like Glide-just east of Roseburg-75 miles south of the University of Oregon.
It's tricky embracing these places aware that my views are so few-just passing through. Luckily… Continue
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