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Last thursday we rode our favorite parts of Fall Creek trail looking for flowers and berries. The wild flowers are doing well as are the berries. The fire weed is all over and is 3-6 feet tall. The creek is much lower and looks inviting.

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1. I just installed new 7901 cart bearings. I rode the last ones to dust.

2. Dolly Varden is a fish, Johnny Creek is on the edge of the burn.

3. Shasta Daisy's and another nice pool.

4. Wild Strawbelly's

5. Dale fixin in Fire Weed
 

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Johnny Creek bridge.

I moved to Oregon five years ago from Arizona, I never get enough of the water and green.
Dale and Mary take it for granted, they have always lived here.

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1 The bottom of Johnny Creek bridge, well made and heavy duty.

2. A big mess of logs, one reason why off trail hiking is so hard.

3. The mighty Johnny Creek. Dale and Mary and their hounds.

4. A natural laxative, Casacara, the inner bark was used.

5. A new one for me, Tiger Lilly, I like these.
 

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Meat sacks, flowers, berries and pools

We drove up a side road and found this cool water fall and some almost ripe Salmon berries. I love to light my hobo stove and cook some pig on a spoke.

Pix.........

1. I never noticed white Fox Gloves before.

2. One of my favorite holes, the little round hole is about three feet deep.

3. Maybe Dove feathers, I love feathers along the trail.

4. Soon to be ripe, Salmon berries

5. Meat sacks and a new water fall we found driving around.
 

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"pig on a spoke"

I like that. As always, nice stuff, Lef-t.

Dude, you should build a cabin out there. Seems to be your corner of the world. Besides, your fuel savings would pay for it.

--Sparty
 

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I'm always looking for shelters

Sparticus said:
I like that. As always, nice stuff, Lef-t.

Dude, you should build a cabin out there. Seems to be your corner of the world. Besides, your fuel savings would pay for it.

--Sparty
I have two hobo stoves stashed along Fall Creek, I have a big tent, and a sleeping bag out there hidden in five gal buckets. Next winter I'm gonna set up the tent in a root wad hole and have a low budget shelter waiting for me.

I like having hovels everywhere I go. Fall Creek is so close to my house I could ride out there on my bike. I'm practicing being homeless and free. The easiest way to have lots of money these days is to have a job, no car, no house and live in the woods. Maybe that's my future.

My wife likes a house and car so for now I'm living that way.
 
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