Dark Confidant @ Musichead 1/26/15 (Noah Hadnutt and Kyle Bleisch)
@Musichead541 @RedFang @SaxonOfficial
More pics from this show coming soon.
Ezekiel Culliton-Scheidt of Dark Confidant
I like the Red Fang and Saxon shirts. Red Fang needs to make it to Southern Oregon one of these days. I saw Saxon back in 1986. Saxon had gotten a bit sappy by then. I was a much bigger fan of their earlier work–especially “Power & the Glory”. Live, however, they still rocked it.
SOU women’s basketball – Kristen Schoenherr
The Raiders swept Corban on Friday night. Details here. They go again Saturday night against Northwest Christian. Don’t miss it. Things get started at 5:30.
SOU football vs. MidAmerica Nazarene University – Sean Tow
@SOURaiders @SOU_Football @Seantow17 #tbt #ThrowbackThursday
Snowshoeing on Crater Lake’s West Rim Drive
Although Crater Lake’s snow pack is less than 30% of normal for this time of year, it is one of the few places in Southern Oregon with any snow. After bailing on our attempt to snowshoe near the Upper Rogue River due to lack of snow, we did enjoy a walk from the Rim Village to Discovery Point in 60 degree temperatures. Snowshoes weren’t absolutely necessary, but they were useful at times.
@SOURaiders @SOU_WBB @SOUWrestling @ADurand25
Some of you may have found your way here through the link on souraiders.com. I have had several people email me asking questions about buying prints or about finding all of my photos for a certain sport.
The photos I post here are a small fraction of the photos I actually have. If you would like to print any of the photos on this blog, you are welcome to do so at no charge. Be sure to click on the photo to get to the higher resolution size which will print with more quality. If you want to use them on the web (Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, etc.), you are welcome to do so if you link back to traveljapanblog.com/ashland with the photo or link back to the URL with source of the photo.
If you would like me to search through all of my photos and send you photos of the particular athlete you are looking for I charge a reasonable fee for the time it takes me to find all of those photos and to process them for you. I do not normally sell prints. I email you the high quality electronic files in .jpg format, and you can do the printing and framing yourself through a local or online service. My email is on this page or you can comment (leave a reply) to a blog entry to communicate.
To find all of my photos for a particular sport, use the following links. Click on “Older Entries” near the bottom-left of each page to view more photos.
volleyball (includes some club and high school volleyball too)
Track and Field – Coming in April 2015…
SOU softball – Alexa Gonzalez
@SOURaiders @A_Dirty3 @SOU_Softball
Online registration for March’s softball camp at Southern Oregon University has begun. For details click here.
2014 NAIA Football National Champions
Sylent Storm’s farewell show is happening tonight beginning at 6 p.m. in Medford at Musichead. Gravewitch will be there. The other bands sound great as well. Should be a fun show.
Yesterday we went in search of Boundary Springs. We couldn’t find the trailhead (or maybe we did and just didn’t know it). In any event, we parked at the Mazama Viewpoint off Highway 230 as we could see no other place to park near the Mile 19 marker, which is where we read the trail is supposed to start. The sign at Mazama Viewpoint said Upper Rogue River Trail (I think). There was no internet from there, but my GPS worked fine. It looked like we could still do the Boundary Springs Trail if we could find it.
Even though there should have been tons of snow in the area, the snow was fairly minimal–especially for this time of year–so we didn’t bother to put our snowshoes on. We ended up walking on the trail for several miles before realizing we were no longer going toward Boundary Springs. At that point we turned around, walked back to our car, drove to Crater Lake, and snowshoed there.
I want to try the Boundary Springs Trail again. I saw this sign, but couldn’t read it. Apparently this is where we should have turned to get to Boundary Springs.