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Fish the Rogue River

Fish the Rogue River

Thursday, September 29, 2011

One of the original eight rivers in the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act of 1968, the Rogue River is best known for its rugged scenery, whitewater rafting and its incredible salmon runs. Beginning near Crater Lake, the river flows westward through the High and Western Cascades as well as the Klamath Mountains. Near the mouth of the river are the only dinosaur fragments ever discovered in Oregon.



Re-energize at Muir Beach

Re-energize at Muir Beach

Monday, September 19, 2011

Visit one of the cleanest and calmest beaches in the state of California, Muir Beach. Because of its location, just 20 minutes North of San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge, 5 minutes from Muir Woods National Monument and situated in the Golden Gate National Recreation Area, the beach hosts visitors from around the world who marvel at the refuges peaceful existence so near to such a great metropolis.



Spend a few days in a National Historic Landmark: Jacksonville

Spend a few days in a National Historic Landmark: Jacksonville

Monday, September 12, 2011

Spend a few days in a National Historic Landmark, the charming town of Jacksonville, Oregon. With the Britt Festival, Segway tours, wineries and more, there is so much to see and do!



Drink Coffee at the Original Starbucks

Drink Coffee at the Original Starbucks

Tuesday, September 6, 2011

Have a cup of joe where the largest coffee company in the world began. From 1971 until 1975, the first Starbucks was located on Western Avenue until it moved to its new home in the Soul of Seattle, the Pike Place Market (where it remains today). And, because Pike Place is a historic district with specific guidelines, the store still retains its original look.



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