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Yup, it's Dock O'Clock

It's 80 degrees and the Dock is rockin'

Summer came on a Monday.It's 80 degrees out there, Portland, and based on what we're seeing, it's definitely Dock O'Clock.Above is the current scene at the awesome floating dock under th   More
Monday, April 27, 2015 MARTIN CIZMAR

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 testCHICKPEA GOODNESS: Fabulous falafel tops Cedo’s Plate. IMAGE: Mike Grippi    More
Wednesday, April 18, 2012 Lisa Lambert, Matt Buckingham

Get Out

Activities for Everyone

GET HIGHCLIFF YOGANormally, doing yoga in nature seems like a good idea—a good idea for a way to get covered with ants, burrs, dirt and dung. However, on the Three Capes Scenic Drive off of U.S. ...   More
Wednesday, May 17, 2006 WW Editorial Staff

Ten Who Hit The Mark

When it comes to the outdoors, these Oregonians get a bull's-eye.

Put these 10 Oregonians in a room and they might not have much to talk about. The only thing they have in common is that they did something interesting, outside. But in the varied nature of their acco ...   More
Wednesday, May 17, 2006 Adrian Chen

Great Gear

Goods from Northwest-based companies for those of us who like to do it outside.

1. DRAFT DODGERSWhen you're riding on the trail, there are a couple of key rules: (a) if you keep pedaling, you can probably roll over it; and (b) dehydration is for suckers. To help you remain sucker ...   More
Wednesday, May 17, 2006 Erika-leigh Goodwin

Thong Of The Wild

How a reality outdoors "expert" got caught with her pants down—literally.

Throughout the course of my life, I have been exposed to the outdoors on a fairly regular basis. After all, I grew up in the Pacific Northwest, specifically The Dalles, Ore.But nothing could have prep ...   More
Wednesday, May 17, 2006 Jennifer Lyon Of Survivor: Palau

Flying Pumpkins

On an electric Saturday morning in late September, when the sun was hot, the air was dry and Halloween seemed as far away as Christmas, pumpkins sailed through the cloudless, azure sky above North ...   More
Wednesday, October 24, 2001 Ted Katauskas

The Danger Starts at Home

The doorbell rings. I spring down two flights of stairs, almost breaking a leg when my feet shoot out from under me on a frictionless edge of carpeting. Of course there's nobody at the door by the ...   More
Wednesday, October 17, 2001 Ted Katauskas

The Birdmen's Last Bounce

At the height of the fall hawk migration, I'm soaring like a raptor in a 40-year-old sailplane, silently corkscrewing through the sky 4,000 feet above the Sunset Highway just west of North Plains. ...   More
Wednesday, October 10, 2001 Ted Katauskas


I've been feeling hawkish. So I think I'll take Friday off and drive to Government Camp, to meet some hardcore birders with high-clearance vehicles. Together, we'll caravan north on Highway 35 and ...   More
Wednesday, October 3, 2001 Ted Katauskas
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