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glamp<br />

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sumptuous<br />

soups<br />

for (f)all


feature<br />

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Finding solace and bounty<br />

along the Oregon Coast. We<br />

stop at Waldport and soak<br />

up the small town . . . . .<br />

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D E P A R T M E N T S<br />

LETTER FROM THE EDITOR<br />

UPDATES FROM THE FIELD<br />

Glamp resort in Hood River adds river views<br />

GLAMP SOCIAL<br />

Win an ornamental cast iron fire pit from Metal on Fire<br />

ROAD TRIPS<br />

10 Trips for the Remote Trail Runner<br />

TIPS AND TRICKS<br />

Veteran Glampers Hack the Packing Process<br />

LEAVE NO TRACE<br />

California DOE Director on How to be a Better Glamper<br />

GEAR<br />

Cooking Items for the Discerning Glamper<br />

RECIPES/FOOD+DRINK<br />

Top Winery Visits--Interview with sommelier<br />

Top Brewery Visits--A brewer talks the next IT hop<br />

Top Distillery Visits--Who’s making the best whiskey?<br />

EN ROUTE<br />

Map of our Favorite Trip<br />

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PARTING SHOT<br />

Glamper Whinnie Alfresco Hits Idaho Hot Springs<br />

RV PARKS LISTINGS<br />

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WFINDING<br />

SOLACE<br />

ON THE<br />

OREGON COAST<br />

THIS KIND OF TRIP is<br />

well-suited for mothersin-law<br />

who are fascinated<br />

by bursts of color, and<br />

their grandkids, who are<br />

consumed by surges<br />

of energy. No longer<br />

distracted by work and<br />

raising kids, grandparents<br />

can look the Medusa of<br />

time square in the face<br />

and not turn to stone.<br />

Painted Hills and the John<br />

Day Fossil Beds National<br />

Monument are a theater<br />

for the Cenozoic Age<br />

and a remote national<br />

treasure.<br />

Painted<br />

Hills is a geologic coloring<br />

book which turns out to be<br />

a perfect teaching platform<br />

for students and a gaping<br />

wonder for mothers-inlaw<br />

whose aesthetics are<br />

modeled on hanging flower<br />

baskets. “Look at that<br />

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WALDPORT, OREGON<br />

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2<br />

The Thomas Condon<br />

Paleontology Center about<br />

10 miles northwest of Dayville<br />

is a high desert oasis of<br />

science and education. The<br />

11,000-square-foot stateof-the-art<br />

classroom offers<br />

visual learners good answers<br />

to questions about species,<br />

evolution, climate change<br />

and cataclysmic events.<br />

The portfolio of fossils here<br />

is a stunning array from<br />

camels that roamed a desert<br />

landscape to hippopotami<br />

that lumbered out of ancient<br />

lakes.<br />

Newly informed of ancient<br />

times, we’re on the road<br />

again, winding back west<br />

on Highway 26 and into<br />

present day, where my<br />

mother in-law is in the back<br />

seat contentedly reading<br />

roadside signs aloud just<br />

loud enough to overhear.<br />

“Mmm. Curves ahead.<br />

Ochoco National Forest.”<br />

10 miles northwest of Dayville<br />

is a high desert oasis of<br />

science and education. The<br />

11,000-square-foot stateof-the-art<br />

classroom offers<br />

visual learners good answers<br />

to questions about species,<br />

evolution, climate change<br />

and cataclysmic events.<br />

The portfolio of fossils here<br />

is a stunning array from<br />

camels that roamed a desert<br />

landscape to hippopotami<br />

that lumbered out of ancient<br />

lakes.<br />

1 Phillipe the<br />

dog loves<br />

the cozy<br />

couch 2 in the<br />

Airstream<br />

Local<br />

fishermen . . .<br />

MUST-SEE/MUST-DO<br />

Take photos of Painted<br />

Hills at dusk<br />

Hike the short trails<br />

around Painted Hills<br />

Eat corned beef hash<br />

at Dayville Café<br />

Learn more at Thomas<br />

Condon Paleontology<br />

Center<br />

NEARBY CAMPING<br />

S. Fork RV Camping<br />

Park, Dayville<br />

Ochoco Divide, West<br />

of Mitchell<br />

Lands Inn, Hwy 19<br />

Barnhouse, Buck Point<br />

Road<br />

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We found two RV parks<br />

in Dayville, a little more<br />

than 40 miles past<br />

Painted Hills. Oh, but<br />

the drive! The heather<br />

greens, the weathered<br />

browns and the soaring<br />

blues of water and sky<br />

converge in the aptly<br />

named Picture Gorge<br />

just west of Dayville.<br />

The South Fork RV<br />

Camp cuddles up to the<br />

south fork of the John<br />

Day River. We’re lucky<br />

to have site #5, which<br />

backs onto a pleasant<br />

riffle that soothes the<br />

sheep across the river<br />

and behind thick hedges.<br />

The hushing also helps<br />

us count sheep over the<br />

nasal barnyard noises<br />

coming from the elderly<br />

sleeping quarters.<br />

Dinner was gourmet<br />

chicken sausage from<br />

Otto’s, a new take on<br />

an American classic.<br />

The pairing of a Barley<br />

Brown’s Point Blank Red<br />

brought just the right<br />

balance and color to the<br />

meal. Morning in<br />

Dayville began with a<br />

cold drizzle and a low<br />

tolerance for discomfort.<br />

“Dad, don’t be a wimp!”<br />

one daughter poked.<br />

Kids have no corporal<br />

thermostat and so don’t<br />

truly understand the<br />

basis for my protest. I<br />

hoped to find an ally in<br />

my often “it’s too cowald”<br />

mother in-law, in<br />

warm bedclothes and<br />

sipping coffee. Nay.<br />

The ayes have it and<br />

out we go, trailing up<br />

along rural Cummings<br />

Ditch and tails of smoke<br />

coming from small<br />

farmhouses along South<br />

Fork Road Grant Co No.<br />

ften “it’s too co-wald”<br />

mother in-law, in warm<br />

bedclothes and sipping<br />

coffee. Nay. The ayes<br />

have it and out we go,<br />

trailing up along rural<br />

Cummings Ditch and<br />

tails of smoke coming<br />

from small farmhouses<br />

along South Fork Road<br />

Grant Co No.<br />

Nay. The ayes have it and<br />

out we go, trailing up<br />

along rural Cummings<br />

Ditch and tails of smoke<br />

FROM TOP The girls take<br />

a break in the hammock.<br />

Mother and daughter<br />

paddleboard rides kept us<br />

busy on the lake.<br />

MUST-SEE/MUST-DO<br />

Take photos of Painted<br />

Hills at dusk<br />

Hike the short trails<br />

around Painted Hills<br />

Eat corned beef hash<br />

at Dayville Café<br />

Learn more at Thomas<br />

Condon Paleontology<br />

Center<br />

NEARBY CAMPING<br />

S. Fork RV Camping<br />

Park, Dayville<br />

Ochoco Divide, West<br />

of Mitchell<br />

Lands Inn, Hwy 19<br />

Barnhouse, Buck Point<br />

Road<br />

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1 Mary blows<br />

bubbles with<br />

the girls before<br />

the campfire<br />

gets started.<br />

2 Rosie cozies<br />

up in the<br />

Airstream to<br />

color.<br />

3 Shanita,<br />

Rosie and<br />

Mary play tea<br />

in the Indian<br />

Paintbrush.<br />

ften “it’s too co-wald”<br />

mother in-law, in warm<br />

bedclothes and sipping<br />

coffee. Nay. The ayes<br />

have it and out we go,<br />

trailing up along rural<br />

Cummings Ditch and<br />

tails of smoke coming<br />

from small farmhouses<br />

along South Fork Road<br />

Grant Co No.<br />

Nay. The ayes have it and<br />

out we go, trailing up<br />

along rural Cummings<br />

Ditch and tails of smoke<br />

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1<br />

Mary blows bubbles with the girls<br />

before the campfire gets started.<br />

Rosie cozies up in the Airstream to<br />

color.<br />

Shanita, Rosie and Mary play tea in<br />

the Indian Paintbrush.<br />

2<br />

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3<br />

Mary blows bubbles with the girls<br />

before the campfire gets started.<br />

Rosie cozies up in the Airstream to<br />

color.<br />

Shanita, Rosie and Mary play tea in<br />

the Indian Paintbrush.<br />

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