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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.

OSF Elizabethan Theatre in the snow

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Oregon Shakespeare Festival from Lithia Park on a winter day (Ashland, Oregon)

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Today’s photo is from February of 2011.

Throwback Thursday

Snow on the train tracks in Ashland, Oregon (February 2011)

Is it spring yet?

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Grizzly Peak from Ashland in March 2012

Flashback Friday

Death’s Cold Embrace

Not my favorite time of year, but it can sure be pretty sometimes. Today’s photo comes from almost eight years ago, and the subject matter is from about 110 years ago.

Ashland sunrise

Grizzly Peak covered in spring snow

Yesterday’s sunrise was amazing, but I didn’t capture it. Today’s photo is from two and a half years ago.

Two and a half year ago…

Crater Lake and Wizard Island

@CraterLakeNPS #WinterIsComing #CraterLake

The temperature is supposed to hit the 90s today and the next couple days so here is something to cool those of you in the Rogue Valley off.

Wish you were here

Highway 62

@CraterLakeNPS #highway62

Weather forecast for Ashland today is 100 degrees and very unhealthy smoke conditions.

Today’s photo comes from a trip I took to Crater Lake in March of 2016. I wouldn’t mind those conditions right now.

One year ago today…

Hobart Bluff covered in May snow

Wrapping up April (with snow?)

Spring Snow

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If April showers bring May flowers, what do April snows bring?

We went for a hike on Wagner Butte on Saturday, expecting rain but receiving snow. Snow, instead of rain, was far more comfortable on this 10-mile hiking adventure.

I’ve done this trail before in sunny weather. Directions can be found here. Note that the bullet-ridden sign (top image in link) is no longer there so don’t be looking for it.

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