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Wonder Trail

Wonder Trail

Pepsi Trail

pinball pepsi ashland trail

I have ridden down the Pepsi Trail in the Ashland Watershed a couple of times, each time I vowed never to do it again. Although there is one good section, the rest is way too steep and rutted to be fun for someone like me. A few days ago I decided to ride it in the opposite direction, somehow thinking that would be better (on an electric-assist bike). Turns out, Pepsi is just as bad, if not worse, going uphill. Never again!

But the views (the one above from near the intersection with the Ashland Loop Road) are sometimes lovely.

Burned

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Grizzly Peak in 2011 not too long after a fire

Snow in the Siskiyous

Sunny with temps hitting the 60s today, followed by snow tomorrow night. Such is the weather in Ashland in March.

Mt. Shasta before the dawn (from Mt. A)

Before the dawn -- Mt. Shasta from Mt. Ashland

Last light of day from Mt. Ashland

Last light of day hits Mt. Shasta

Fruitless Mulberry ‘Kingan’ on SOU campus

Autumn on the campus of Southern Oregon University

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I missed the peak fall colors on campus this year as I was in Mexico. However, this tree, between Central Hall and Churchill Hall, goes a little later than the rest.

Pre-storm autumn sunrise

Pre-storm autumn sunrise with colorful Japanese maples

Last week’s sunrise before a day of, at times, heavy rain couldn’t have been much better–especially with our Japanese maples beginning to show off their fall colors.

Three of Ashland’s four seasons in one image

Onward and upward

We had snow in the mountains a couple days ago in September. But today’s photo is actually from April seven and a half years ago. The tree had autumn leaves, winter snow, and spring buds going simultaneously.

Coming soon

Color

Today’s photo comes from early November 2012. I ride by this tree nearly every day on my bike, and it won’t be long before it looks like this again.