Category Archives: Events

Lane County Fair photos 2007

We hit the Lane County Fair last night, checked out The Charlie Daniels Band, the goats and the funnel cake. Not a bad night. Also, I met the president of the Emerald Photographic Society in the photo competition at the … Continue reading

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Conservationists, local author team up to save Rogue Wilderness

Wednesday night at the Eugene Public Library, Cascadia Wildlands Project, Oregon Wild and acclaimed Oregon author John Daniel teamed up to educate residents about the plight of the Rogue River. I sat in the back, behind a sea of white … Continue reading

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The Athiarchists melt my face off

Saw my fist metal show in Eugene last night at John Henry’s. It was a benefit show for the local rollerderby team, the Emerald City Rollergirls. The Athiarchists opened up the show and melted my face off. You don’t get … Continue reading

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Oregon Wilderness week

This week is Wilderness Week in Oregon. The organization formerly known as the Oregon National Resources Council is hosting over three dozen hikes and events, including a free whitewater rafting trip. I’m looking into doing the Lookout Mountain hike on … Continue reading

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LeDuff prompts me to consider a trip to Burning Man

I’m reading US Guys, by Charlie LeDuff and the section I’m currently reading is about the Burning Man festival. LeDuff was not a big fan of Burning Man, but it sounded like it could be worth a roadtrip, so I … Continue reading

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John Daniel, Cascadia Wildlands team up to support Rogue Wilderness

Cascadia Wildlands is presenting local author John Daniel and a slideshow about its efforts to safeguard Oregon’s Wild and Scenic Rogue River. Daniel will read from his newest book, Rogue River Journal: A Winter Alone, at the beginning of the event — it’s … Continue reading

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