From the Road & More

We took a drive up to Three Creeks Lake, Just north of Sisters, to check out the campgrounds today. Happened upon the Tam McArthur Rim trail and decided to take a hike. It was a great trail with lots of eye candy.

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Steelhead Falls which is included in the Deschutes Canyon-Steelhead Falls Wilderness Study Area, was on the books for today.

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Rio Grande del Norte National Monument is a short drive from our Forest Service campground, so it only made since to check it out. We had a fun day exploring and hiking.

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We've been wanting to check out this SP. Lots of good hiking. And nearby is the site of the Battle of Picacho Pass, one of several Civil War engagements in the Arizona Territory.

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We decided to do some exploring on Seven Devils Road and, as we were driving, saw the sign for South Slough National Estuarine Research Reserve. So we pulled in to see what this was about. After visiting the Interpretive Center, we decided to check out a few of the trails to see what South Slough ha...

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Hiking at Smith Rock State Park

Pics in collage: Ascending Misery Ridge – Reflection in Crooked River – Monkey Face – Heron Taking Flight – Slacklining – Smith Rock Brewing, Rob't, Diana, Alison, & Tom – Mount Jefferson – Climber

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We found a great State Park just outside of Ithaca, NY. Lots of waterfalls and hiking opportunities in the area.

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We are Driveway Surfing once again, but this time it is in Portland, ME, with family.

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Top Photo: Trail marker on the Appalachian Trail.

We scored a very nice site overlooking the mountains in Shenandoah National Park. Plan to ride out Memorial Day Holiday here.

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Interesting walk today from our campsite. Broke out the rain gear to hike the trails from the campground at Cape Blanco State Park. Our site is in the trees. About 100-150 feet down the hill is a picnic table overlooking the ocean. In this area, you would hardly know the wind was blowing. On a bluff...

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The Siltcoos Lake Trail, located in the Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area, is just south of Florence. This easy to follow trail starts out on an old logging road that looks more like a double wide trail. After about .8 miles the trail turns into a single track trail that splits into a loop. At t...

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