McKenzie River Trail

June 23, 1974

A small but unperturbed group left town at 7:45 a. m. to McKenzie River Crossing #1575. From here we took the trail as it follows the river on its northward course. And it’s a long, long trail winding under towering trees, laced by woodland spring flowers and highlighted by the sparkling, rushing waters of the river. While sitting on a log, nibbling away at food, we glanced at two deer browsing through the woods on the opposite shore. Thoroughly enjoying this perfect day were: Gladys Grancorvitz, Gloria Hana and Paula Vehrs, the leader. (Note: In every instance of mention of flowers on trips the groups have always encountered WILD flowers. On this trip flowers encountered were spring flowers. Ed.)

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