This byway lies entirely on the east side of I-5, whereas the Cow Creek Byway lies to the west.
This historic home has been moved to the Tiller Ranger station. The rhodadrendrons are in full bloom and are everywhere!
Several of these buildings and historic lookouts have been moved to this location for display. The pictures of the interior were taken through glass, but were the only way I could see what was inside. Notice the stairs and the navigation table. As to the historic trail, could this be where I picked up the poison oak???
We stop and enjoy the sights along the Umpqua River. Bob is happy!
Not at the Umpqua Falls picnic sight, we are surprised to find the water flows along solid flat lying rock. It is a nice picnic sight, however, even if the falls are very short, but I can't help wondering, is this where I got the poison oak (most likely!)???
There is a very interesting fish ladder at this location, and a sign explaining the migration of the Chinook Salmon.
Our last stop is at the Milo Adventist Academy with the covered bridge. It's a lovely campus but we only went across the bridge to take a few pictures.
Coming Next: The 7 Feathers RV Resort in full bloom!
Post a Comment