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Saturday, July 17, 2010

"A truly beautiful place all around."

Guest Editor-Blogger: Paula

My husband and I drove to Loon Lake today. We then ask about Coffee Creek Rd and was given directions to it. We wanted to look to see if we could spot the old bigfoot. We didn't see him but fully understand why he is in this area. The orange and red berries were thick everywhere. Also plenty of small streams with plenty of water. A truly beautiful place all around. As we came out on Oregon 138 near Elkton we saw a bear and several big elk along with deer.

2 comments:

  1. Where exactly is Coffee Creek? I couldn't find it on any map, and my sister and I drove up there and were told by the people at Loon Lake Lodge that there is no Coffee Creek near there. One of them said they'd worked there 6 years and had never heard of it.

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  2. PLEASE DO NOT GO ANYWHERE IN THE MOUNTAINS IF YOU DONT KNOW WHERE YOU ARE. YOU CAN END UP IN TROUBLE. THIS IS NO GAME RUNNING IN THE MOUNTAINS WITH NO DIRECTION OF WHERE YOUR AT.THESE ROAD ARE OFTEN VOID OF ANY TRAFFIC FOR DAYS. OUT OF GAS OR OUT OF FOOD AND LOST IS NOT IN YOUR BEST INTREST OR MINE.IF PEOPLE HAVE TO LOOK FOR YOU THEN ITS A BAD CHOICE

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