North Bank Preserve

May 4, 1999

Our collective thanks go to Art Skach for introducing us to a lovely new (for us) trail the North Bank Preserve, a refuge for white tailed deer. It is located approximately five miles east of Wilbur (just north of Roseburg). It is a beautiful wide open hike with rolling green hills, trees of many varieties, lots of poison oak, and wonderful views of the surrounding hills and the North Umpqua River. Although the day was overcast with clouds ranging from white to black, we only had showers once right at the end of lunch and only for a short time. Art said on clearer days you can see many snow-covered peaks. This is a lovely area for a spring-time hike with several major trails to explore. Thanks again Art from Bill & Margaret Prentice, Joe Scheibe, and non-members Benton Elliott, Benette Rauch and Ruth Romoser. Art Skach and Sharon Ritchie, co-leaders.


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