All of our winter was spent in Oregon – again. Except for two weeks that we got to escape to northern Washington just in time for the snowpocalypse.
After that we wanted to quietly bring in spring (and get away from the Internet) so we spent two weeks hiding in the Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest. I have written about the area before, and you can find that here.
The Mr. spent his time off-grid playing with his large collection of Lego’s.
I read six books, and worked on some photography. We wandered around quite a bit through the area. We found a foot of snow still on the road in one area, a landslide that cut off a main logging road, downed trees, and raging waterfalls. Mother Nature let her attitude loose in the Rogue River-Siskiyou National forest this past winter.
The Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest campgrounds in the area are free during the off-season, which is October-May. When the campgrounds are officially open they are $10/night, 50% off with the Golden Access Pass. The smell of the forest and the roar of the river is worth every penny.
For more information about the Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest you can find them here.