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Walk on the Wild Side in the Narrows, Oregon

The Narrows sits on the edge of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge, an oasis in the southeast Oregon desert. The wetlands are fed by the Donner und Blitzen River, named by German Civil War soldiers who marched through the area in a thunderstorm, which made them think of “thunder and lightning.” The waters are revered…
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Finding Prime Recreation in Prineville, Oregon

Located in the high desert of Central Oregon, Prineville is a base camp for explorations of the Oregon Badlands Wilderness, a playground of remarkable landforms that were given by ancient volcanoes. West of town are the Redmond Caves, which are a souvenir from the massive lava flows and  downstream from Prineville on the Crooked River…
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Walk on the Wild Side in the Narrows, Oregon

The Narrows sits on the edge of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge, an oasis in the southeast Oregon desert. The wetlands are fed by the Donner und Blitzen River, named by German Civil War soldiers who marched through the area in a thunderstorm, which made them think of “thunder and lightning.” The waters are revered…
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Finding Prime Recreation in Prineville, Oregon

Located in the high desert of Central Oregon, Prineville is a base camp for explorations of the Oregon Badlands Wilderness, a playground of remarkable landforms that were given by ancient volcanoes. West of town are the Redmond Caves, which are a souvenir from the massive lava flows and  downstream from Prineville on the Crooked River…
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Reducing Your RV’s Fuel Consumption

Reducing your RV’s fuel consumption is not only a financial gain but also contributes to a cleaner environment.  We pretty well all know the basics of increasing our RV’s fuel mileage.  They include reducing travel speeds, avoiding rapid acceleration and reducing engine idling time.  But, there are other ways to conserve the cost of your RV’s…
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