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MISSION — The 57-mile bicycling route starting at the Wildhorse RV Park near Mission and ending at the beautiful Ukiah-Dale Forest State Scenic Corridor Campground on Camas Creek near Ukiah is a physically challenging trip but one with expansive views and points of historical interest.

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BAKER CITY — April can turn your eyelashes into ice sculptures, leave your allegedly waterproof boots squelching like sponges and give you a nasty sunburn, sometimes in the same afternoon.

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PORTLAND — Home to 2,300 species of trees and shrubs from six continents, Hoyt Arboretum offers beauty and serenity, regardless of the season. Founded in 1928 to conserve endangered species an…

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Weekend getaways in the great outdoors can be a great way for families to break from the norm and spend some quality time together while getting some fresh air. Such trips are popular, as the …

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Memorial Day is nearly here, and for many Oregonians, the holiday weekend is the start of the camping season in Oregon’s natural places. However, dry conditions are already present in many are…

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TILLAMOOK — For the first time in my 28 years, I seriously considered moving away from Oregon. I love my work, the fishing opportunities found in Oregon during the spring and fall and all the …

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PENDLETON — More than $35,000 in cash and prizes was featured in the raffles, auctions and games during the Columbia Basin Chapter of the Oregon Hunters Association (OHA) banquet.

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TILLAMOOK BAY — Tidepools are the most precious and unique part of the Oregon coast.

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PILOT ROCK — The Umatilla/Morrow Chapter of the Oregon Small Woodlands Association (OSWA) invites forestland owners from the two counties to join them Friday, April 12 at 9:30 a.m. at Camas Pr…

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SANTA CRUZ, Calif. — This story veers from my traditional narrative and addresses such topics as sleepless nights, drug use and loose women. You have been warned.

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ATLANTA — Apart from some phenomenal tourist attractions, such as the Civil Rights Museum and Coca Cola Headquarters, the mediocre attractions such as the Chik-Fil-A College Football Hall of F…

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What a winter this has been. The road closures, power outages, record snowfall, snow days and frozen landscape have been something Elsa.

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Modern environmentalism is split into two main camps: conservationism and preservationism. The rivalry between them is intense. This is fitting, considering the earliest mainstream proponents …

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Oregon is as beautiful and varied as any state — perhaps more than any other state. From the salt marshes of the Tillamook Bay to the rugged mountains and canyonlands of the Wallowas; from wat…

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Every year for more than 15 years, I’ve made a trip to the sporting goods counter as close to New Year’s Day as possible with two goals: (1) buy a new fishing license and (2) pick up the lates…

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I started hunting waterfowl in my early twenties, and quickly fell in love with the pastime. Marsh sunrises, excited dogs, shotguns, fast-flying birds, decoys, calls; I was hooked on the whole…

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PENDLETON — The Forest Service has issued a new parking configuration for the south parking area at Spout Springs Ski Area along Highway 204, which authorizes overnight parking for trucks and …

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September 9 was a gorgeous day to be on the Columbia River. Even better, I was in a kayak drifting through the Hanford Reach National Monument near Richland, Washington, on a tour with Columbi…

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PORTLAND — Authorities say a dead hiker whose body was recovered this week was likely killed by a cougar, marking the first fatal attack by a wild cougar in Oregon and the second in the Pacifi…