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Seven years ago…

sledding on mt ashland

Mt. Ashland from above

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Aerial view of Mt. Ashland in winter

Today’s photo comes from our descent into Medford, Oregon on our way back from Las Vegas a couple years ago.

Mt. Ashland 5k, 2018 edition

Zombie Apocalypse

“Brains! Brains! I want, live brain! Brains! Brains!”

Second trip up Mt. Ashland on the day for this guy

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mount ashland 5k

This guy deserved Daddy Ramen after he ran the course twice!

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Cold, outdoor beer on a cold, windy day — yes, please?

Highway 66 descent

Descending Green Springs Highway

My random, desktop image of the day is this one from a little over two years ago.

Mt. Ashland from California

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Mount Ashland

A different angle on Mt. Ashland today.

White Christmas

White Christmas on Mt. Ashland

For our Christmas walk this year we went to Jacksonville and pretty much walked in the dark. Last year, when I took this photo, we were up on Mt. Ashland under blue skies and had an extraordinary sunset.

Kids are gone again

ryan ellie peaches

Ryan and Ellie peach picking in 2015

Back to college for the kids and back to work for me.

Late May in Ashland

ashland from dana cambell vineyards

A cell phone pic from a bike ride I took last week. I wonder when the last time was that Mt. Ashland had this much snow on it on the last day of May?

Sunny days

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Spring break is looking like a rainy break from sun. Today’s photo is from a couple weekends ago.

Mt. Shasta sunset from Mt. Ashland

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Mt. Shasta sunset from Mt. Ashland on Christmas

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We headed up to Mt. Ashland for a walk in the snow on Christmas. Cars were streaming down the mountain as we went up. We hit the parking lot at about 4 which was also when the ski area was closing. It was beautiful, but not as beautiful as it became an hour later when the sun set. Nearly everyone was gone by then. At just 18°, and dropping quickly, I don’t blame them, but they missed the best scene of the day.

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