Dec 2013

Tis the Season

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A day or so after Thanksgiving a friend and I got a permit to cut a Christmas tree in the National Forest. I have cut Christmas trees in the woods before and it has always been an all day affair stomping around looking for a tree that looks like a Christmas tree. We planned to start out around ten o’clock. Cheryl said we would be back to town in time for lunch. I wasn’t too sure about that so I ate a really big breakfast and put a snack in my pocket. Read More...

Winter in Central Oregon

According to historical weather data December and January are the coldest months of the year in Central Oregon. Average high temperatures are around forty and lows are around twenty. This year winter began with an Arctic Blast that resulted in high temperatures in the single digits and lows as cold as -27 for over a week.