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    Soaring Above the Oregon Coast

    Soaring Above the Oregon Coast

      Hovering in a tiny helicopter above a colony of seagulls, suspended in the salty breeze above the Siuslaw River, I realized I was in a dream. I’d always wanted to be high in the air, looking down on members of my favorite taxonomical rank: aves. I see birds at the feeder in the yard and flitting between trees […]

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    Just One Punch

    Just One Punch

    I was just digging around my archive and found a few photos I hadn’t thought about in nearly ten years. I don’t follow boxing, but it it’s been nearly impossible to avoid news of last weekend’s “Fight of the Century” between Mayweather and Pacquiao and the controversy swirling around it. Looking at the images I wondered how […]

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    Running My Age on the Wildwood Trail

    Running My Age on the Wildwood Trail

    “Portland hit two records for the date: With 1.8 inches of rain, the day easily surpassed the .16 of an inch Jan. 17 typically sees and just squeaked by the 1.76 inches that fell on the date in 1976.” The Oregonian   All my past birthday runs have been packed up and rolled into one big trot […]

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    The Source of Hoppiness

    The Source of Hoppiness

    Hopworks asked me to join the crew at the The Oregon Hophouse recently as they harvested hops. You can read my report and see more images at the Hopworks site here.

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    Age Nine on the Willamette River

    Age Nine on the Willamette River

    I love the idea of just putting down the paddle and stepping up onto the gunnels of the canoe. You do it not to be silly, nor to show off, but because you want to to see if you can. I love the idea of fishing for hours and hours, not even needing to land […]

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    Spring Break Run

    Spring Break Run

    A few weeks ago during the boys’ Spring Break, after days of snowy Oregon activity, I finally had the chance to get out for a run and found my new favorite place: the Salmon River Trail which hugs and cradles and sleeps along a spectacularly wild river. all content © Tim LaBarge 2014

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    Soaring Above the Oregon Coast
    Soaring Above the Oregon Coast

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    Post Pickathon 2013
    Post Pickathon 2013

    The writer Pete Brook posed a question last year at Pickathon for a Wired.com story: What makes a g…

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    Running My Age on the Wildwood Trail

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    24-Hours in the Old Pueblo
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    Last February, in an effort to ditch the rain and see some friends we made plans to go to Tucson. At…

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    Message in a bottle
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    I thought it was a pop bottle that was snuggled tightly into the sea kelp near Crescent Bay, on the …

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