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Archive for February 2017
A Winter Hike in the Ridgefield NWR
Concrete skies, a cool breeze, an opportunity to spot migratory waterfowl and a few miles of hiking – – – […]
The Eastern Columbia River Gorge in the Midst of Winter
Snow remains on the ground in the east side of the Columbia River Gorge. The blacktail deer are smart enough […]
First Spring Flowers!
Pleasant 3 3/4-mile loop hike from home. Spring flowers in bloom, yet it’s only mid-February. A little warm sunshine.
Griffith Peak Climb
Ah, the joy of climbing mountains. That is why I’m a long-time member of the Mazamas. In early April a […]
Requiem for Kiki
The loss of a long-time pet is always tough. Kiki was a special cat for us. She brought much enjoyment […]
Hiking in the Sunshine in Tualatin Hills
Finally, a sunny day. A good time for a five-mile hike in the nearby Tualatin Hills Nature Park. The fresh earthy […]
A Hike to La Madre Springs
I’m always amazed at the stark beauty of the desert areas near Las Vegas. I never grow old of it. […]