Posts Tagged ‘river’

Grande Ronde River – 4 Days by Packraft

Grande Ronde River

Join us on a 4-day packrafting trip down the Wallowa and Grande Ronde Rivers in NE Oregon and SE Washington. The Grande Ronde is a National Wild and Scenic River, administered by the BLM, Oregon Parks and Recreation and the US Forest Service. Four of us paddled Alpacka packrafts. We put-in on the Wallowa River […]


John Day River – 5 Days by Packraft & Canoe

Floating John Day River by packraft and canoe

The John Day River in central Oregon made for a great 5-day paddle with friends last week. The John Day is a national Wild and Scenic River, an Oregon Scenic Waterway, and is the second longest free-flowing river in the continental United States. Three of us paddled Alpacka packrafts, and one a Clipper canoe. We […]


Punchbowl Falls, Eagle Creek Recreation Area, Oregon

Punchbowl Falls, Eagle Creek Recreation Area, Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area, Oregon

“Look at everything as if you were seeing it for the first or last time.” — Betty Smith


Lower Falls of the Yellowstone River, Yellowstone National Park

Lower Falls of the Yellowstone River viewed from Artist Point, Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming

“A river cuts through rock, not because of its power, but because of its persistence.” — Jim Watkins


Virginia’s Cascades Falls

Little Stony Creek pouring over boulders, Pembroke, Giles County, Virginia, USA.

Little Stony Creek pouring over boulders, Cascade Falls, Virginia February 2, 2012 What a wonderful winter walk.  This short (4 miles round trip) trail runs right along the banks of crystal clear Little Stony Creek, pouring through mossy boulders, shooting through rocky chutes and plummeting over beautiful 69 foot Cascade Falls. I can see why […]