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Tips for enjoyable fall walks and hikes

If there’s one person who knows hiking in Lane County, it’s William Sullivan. He’s written five books covering all of the hikes in Oregon, as well as 16 other books including adventure memoirs, novels, mysteries and short stories. “The thing I like about fall is the fall color and huckleberries,” Sullivan says. “For huckleberries the trick is to go to the high Cascades to places where the forest has been cut back by fire or windstorms or clear cuts. The huckleberries only develop fruit if they get sun, so you see huckleberry bushes in the deep woods all over the high Cascades but there’s no fruit.” Read more...


Remember when: The Apollo 11 moon landing
On July 20, America and the rest of the world held its breath as the Eagle touched down on the lunar surface in the Sea of Tranquility. We all heard Neil Armstrong report to NASA and the world, “Houston, Tranquility Base here. The Eagle has landed.” Only 30 seconds of fuel remained. Half a billion people watched on television as Armstrong lightly planted his boot on the moon’s dusty surface and proclaimed: “That’s one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind.” Soon after, Aldrin described the moonscape as “magnificent desolation.”

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