Table Rock

Yesterday, on the sole day of sunshine this week, Jess and I drove down to Southern Oregon to hike up Table Rock. Once we were on top and had hiked to the western edge of the rock, we had lunch sitting 800 feet above Southern Oregon. After that we walked along the southern edge. All in all, kind of a hard hike, but very rewarding. Pictures to follow:

Flower Close-UpTable RockCLouds and sun Me on the edge

There are more pictures on FlickrOR… check out the Whine Photograph linked above and to the side of this entry, it’s Flickr integrated into WordPress, HAZZAH!

About Wellsy

Chris is a twenty-something Special Education teacher and Football coach in a little town south of Eugene, Oregon. Chris happily lives with his beautiful wife and his terribly uncoordinated Grate Dane named Moose. Chris has been known to travel, like reading, wanting more time to writing, be in the outdoors more, and generally not befoul the world.

Posted on March 26, 2008, in travel and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.

  1. If that’s a table then where are the legs?

  2. Well, it’s a rock, then why wasn’t it head-banging?

  3. Chris, I know this comment is off topic but I was browsing your other vineyards and found I think that photo was taken shortly after RA days came to screaming halt but I vaguely remember you telling me the story of that photo, how it made its way to the web, and the resulting chaos that ensued. I’m glad to see that it’s found a permanent home on the web!

    Is there a clearer version you can post or is it intentionally hazy for legal reasons?

    Game on buddy!

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