Sunday, February 15, 2015
Friday, January 23, 2015
|After looking and searching out peeps for info, I have decided to get a trailer for the RV|
This is the style. Heavy duty and solid.
6 1/2' x 10'
|This was a thought. Casters would be installed for steep inclines.|
Wednesday, December 17, 2014
|Russell spent childhood days here in the Tavern. Now the local Museum.|
I will post a bit more of this place later.
After spending a short tour at Russell's old digs (I will post more later on that), we went over to the Butte Creek Mill. The Butte Creek Mill is located in Eagle Point, Oregon and dates back to 1851. It still has original gears, pulleys, belts, and all the workings of a flour mill, and it is one of two remaining water powered mills in Oregon. Very historic. Not too many places these days that use 100 + year old equipment. Flour and other home goods are sold here still and with the modern techno gear we call the computer, goods can be bought through their website. Who would of thunk back then that this would happen?
|The wood beams are amazing.|
|A fun corner inside.|
|Still used for local meetings and gatherings.|
This room is below where the river runs through.
|For you gear heads. All wood.|
|The river is running below us and it can be seen under those planks pictured above.|
|Water powered grinder for grain.|
|I guess the laundry machine had to go someplace...|
|Black Smith tools.|
|You can see repairs to the stone mortar over the years. |
This alone is history.
|Sometimes ya just need a bath.|
The freezer sits across the street from the Mill. Yup, this is the old ice house brought to you by horses and carriages back when.
|The Wood House|
As we went around we got hungry and went in for some Mexican food. So did everyone else. On our way out to find another place to eat we admired some of the hot rods in the parking lot.
After dinner we took in some wildlife that always seemed to appear on the roadsides every evening.
Later, at home off the deck, we see it is dinner time for the dogs...
The next day we went to the fish hatchery...
|Cutting the fins on Steel Head to mark them.|
Here's a little video on what they do:
Then we visited some river frontage and bridges...
|Very pretty here.|
|A good selfie at the campsite.|
|One of our hikes.|
|Another hiking place|
|A beautiful hiking trail leads to the river.|
|Darrell came to visit. He flew on my finger straight towards me.|
|One of the bridges on the hiking trail leads to the Living Stump and the river.|
|This spot was really beautiful. The river is extreme in places and the river disappears|
goes underground through the tubes.
|This is looking straight down the hillside.|
You can spot the river re-emerging around up from the
lava tubes. Very forceful waters.
|Water coming from one of the tubes.|
|The trees growing out from the rocks.|
I am going to leave you here. I thought I would get more up, however, the loading of pics and film can slow the Blogger system down on certain browsers. I think I will have just two more posts. This ride was incredible and going through my photos have been enough for me to already plan another ride in through Mother Nature. Hope you are enjoying it.
Happy Rogue River Trailzzz,