McKenzie River Trail

March 1, 1986

It was like spring on the first of March when 20 eager hikers started walking up the McKenzie River Trail from the Trail Bridge entry point. The forests were beautifully fresh and green and the water of the McKenzie incredibly fast, clean and blue. A negligible amount of snow was encountered just before the destination of Tamolitch Falls. Many witnessed, for the first time, the falls flowing — a breath taking sight! We had lunch with the view of the falls and pool before heading back. Conditions were ideal and it was a wonderful hike in many respects.

The hikers were Evelyn Abraham, Ruth Coffman, Paul Cohen, Clair Cooley, Genie Currier, Bernie David, Jack and Joella Ewing, Marie Graville, Karen Houglum, Corinne Hunt, Mary Millman, Harlo and Marty Perrin, Dewey Porter, Virginia Prouty, Fred Schepman, Lois Schreiner, Joyce Strassberg and leader Suzanne Steussy.

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