May 14, 1994
The group of hardy riders met at Hendricks Bridge Park at 10 a.m.
Seven riders enjoyed the sun coming through the light fog as we pedaled along the McKenzie River
on Deerhorn Road.
A cookie stop at the waterfall at the six-mile marker gave our legs a rest and time to chat.
Continuing on, we crossed the river and followed Holden Lane and McKenzie Hwy. to Leaburg.
Some had coffee at the store; others examined the new River Run Gallery soon to open across the highway.
It will be a showplace with blue heron sculpture and a trout fountain in the parking lot.
Window peeking showed a beautiful stair rail and chandelier inside.
More pedal pushing to Leaburg Lake and the Water Board Park, where we lunched along the shore.
After lunch we rode one-fourth mile back to the trout hatchery and saw many ponds bubbling with fish.
Bob bought feed and the large Rainbows gave us a show snapping it up!
For our return we chose the hills of Deerhorn Road over the traffic of McKenzie Hwy.
The happy seven included non-members Ray Nichols, Warren Kadas and Willy Formation.
Obsidians were Rose Marie Moffitt, Gayle Berge, Bob Devine and leader Norma Lockyear.