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South Fork John Day Wild and Scenic River

Image by BLM Oregon & Washington
Izee Falls (or South Fork Falls) on the South Fork John Day Wild and Scenic River, June 6, 2017, by Greg Shine, BLM.

Protected as part of the National Wild and Scenic Rivers System, the South Fork of the John Day River flows from south to north through central Oregon, providing unparalleled recreational opportunities including fishing, swimming, hiking, camping, and birdwatching.

It’s your river. Make your splash!

Originating in the Ochoco and Aldrich Mountains, the South Fork meets the main stem of the John Day River at the town of Dayville, Oregon. The river is nationally known for smallmouth bass and steelhead and is an excellent destination for many outdoor activities. The South Fork John Day River Back Country Byway runs alongside the river and also connects visitors to adjacent areas such as the Black Canyon Wilderness.

Forty-seven miles of the South Fork – from the Malheur National Forest boundary to the confluence with Smoky Creek – were designated as wild and scenic on October 28, 1988, and classified as recreational river areas. This classification includes rivers or sections of rivers that are readily accessible by road or railroad, that may have some development along their shoreline and that may have undergone some impoundment or diversion in the past.

As a national wild and scenic river, the South Fork possesses several resource values considered “outstandingly remarkable,” including botanic, fisheries, geologic, paleontologic, recreational, scenic, and wildlife.

Botanic
The South Fork of the John Day River corridor contains a number of relatively pristine plant communities and two significant species, the Washington monkeyflower and threatened south John Day milk vetch. The diversity of plant communities provides important wildlife habitat, interpretive opportunities and aesthetic values to the area. Vegetation has been impacted by humans via fire control, road construction, unmanaged livestock grazing. A coordinated multi-agency program is in place to restore the quality of the vegetative communities.

Fisheries
The John Day River hosts one of the few remaining wild fish runs in the Pacific Northwest. The summer steelhead and spring Chinook salmon returning for spawning contribute to the largest entirely wild run in the mid and upper Columbia River Basin; spawning and rearing takes place below Izee Falls. Resident redband trout populations are augmented with hatchery stock, and whitefish are also present and popular.

Geologic & Paleontologic
A complicated geologic history in the area has resulted in a diverse assemblage of rocks that include masses of oceanic crust, marine sediments, a wide variety of volcanic rocks, ancient river and lake sediments, and recent landslide deposits. North of Izee Falls, the Mascall Formation features marine invertebrates, fossiliferous outcrops and fissure dikes. South of the falls, features include ammonites, bivalves and rhyconellid brachiopods.

Recreational
This river corridor provides a wide variety of recreation opportunities, including camping, boating, hunting and fishing. The river is nationally known for smallmouth bass and steelhead, and popular for floating and swimming, hunting, hiking and camping. Visitors travel here to see the rugged geologic formations of the canyon and internationally significant fossil beds.

Scenic
The views here are colorful, striking and unique. Basalt outcrops, Ponderosa pine and Douglas and white fir intermix with juniper, sagebrush and native bunchgrasses to create a distinct pattern on the rugged canyon slopes. The river is petite but active, and it flows over 55-foot Izee Falls halfway to the mainstem.

Wildlife
The South Fork is a key wildlife area due to the diversity and condition of the habitats in its corridor. Mature (never been cut) Ponderosa pine and fir forests have provided a stable environment for its diverse, balanced population. Grass and sagebrush hillsides provide forage for big game species and nesting for many migratory and resident bird species. Bald eagles visit in winter; golden eagles, redtail hawks and prairie falcons nest in the canyon. Lewis’ and other woodpeckers, owls and quail nest and feed here. Mule deer and elk winter here, as well. Resident predators include mountain lions and bobcats. Minks, beavers, river otters, coyotes and rattlesnakes are common, as well.

For more information, contact our Prineville District Office:
3050 N.E. 3rd Street
Prineville, OR 97754
Phone: 541-416-6700
Fax: 541-416-6798
E-mail: BLM_OR_PR_Mail@blm.gov

Norway

Image by Nouhailler
Fjords
Norway is famous for its fjords, two of which, the Geirangerfjord and the Nærøyfjord, feature on the UNESCO World Heritage list. The Sognefjord, the longest of them all, and the Hardangerfjord, famed for its cherry and apple trees, are among the most visited.

Northern lights
The Northern lights are a common natural phenomenon in Northern Norway, and are most commonly observed above the Arctic Circle between late autumn and early spring.

Midnight sun
The sun does not set in summer over the Arctic Circle, meaning visitors to Northern Norway enjoy 24 hours of daylight this time of year.

Weather
The weather in Norway is much milder than one would expect. Because of the Gulf Stream, temperatures along the coast of Norway are 5-8°C higher than at comparable latitudes elsewhere.

Vikings
The Vikings have a bad reputation as raiders, but they were also traders, explorers and settlers, and the legacy from the Viking Age (AD 800-1050) lives on.

The Sami people
The Sami are the indigenous people of Norway. Known for their colourful clothes and the huge herds of reindeer they look after, the Sami have been living in northern Scandinavia for over 10,000 years, and today they have their own parliament in Karasjok.

Famous Norwegians
These include explorers Roald Amundsen, Fridtjof Nansen and Thor Heyerdahl, composer Edvard Grieg, violin virtuoso Ole Bull, artist Edvard Munch, playwright Henrik Ibsen, novelist Knut Hamsun, and politician Gro Harlem Brundtland, among many others.

The Royal Family
King Harald V, the King of Norway, and Queen Sonja have two children: a son, Crown Prince Haakon, who is married to Crown Princess Mette-Marit, with whom he has two children and a daughter, Princess Martha Louise, who is married to Ari Mikael Behn.

Trolls
Trolls are an important part of Norwegian folklore. They vary in size and appearance, but are invariably ugly and messy creatures, and always mischievous (if not downright nasty). They usually live in caves or deep in the forest, and only emerge from their hiding places after sunset – legend has it that they turn to stone upon contact with the sun. Several places in Western and Northern Norway have been named after them, such as Trollheimen, Trollstigen, Trollhatten and Trollveggen.

In Norway everyone has the right of access ("allemannsretten") in the countryside – including the national parks.

Marked trails
Several national parks have arrangements for outdoor activities with a network of marked paths and trails and overnight accommodation in either staffed lodges or self-service cabins.

In vulnerable areas where it is desirable to limit the impact of visitors, paths and accommodation are minimal. General regulations concerning free access and special regulations concerning preservation in the individual parks may limit what is allowed.

Wild reindeer
National parks are particularly important for species that need relatively large and undisturbed areas to survive, such as wild reindeer, predators and birds of prey. Many of these are at great risk from human intervention and some are even threatened with extinction. Norway has an international responsibility to look after endangered species and their habitats.

Nearly 85 per cent of Norway’s national parks are mountains. The mountain landscape varies from endless gently rolling high plateaus to sharp peaks, ravines and glaciers.

SAKURAKO – VanLife.

Image by MIKI Yoshihito. (#mikiyoshihito)
My daughter.
娘と二人で車中泊キャンプ。
それにしても、寝相が悪い娘。
夜中に何度も蹴り上げられて、結局ほとんど寝れませんでした・・・
(櫻子、7歳10ヶ月)

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Campos do Jordão – Shopping Aspen Mall / Aspen Shopping Mall

Image by Deni Williams
Português

Campos do Jordão é um município brasileiro localizado no interior do estado de São Paulo, mais precisamente na Serra da Mantiqueira; faz parte da recém-criada Região Metropolitana do Vale do Paraíba e Litoral Norte, sub-região 2 de Taubaté.

A cidade fica à altitude de 1 628 metros, sendo portanto, o mais alto município brasileiro, considerando a altitude da sede.Distância de 173 km da cidade de São Paulo , 350 km do Rio de Janeiro e 500 km de Belo Horizonte. Sua principal via de acesso é a Rodovia Floriano Rodrigues Pinheiro.

Campos do Jordão é um dos quinze municípios paulistas considerados estâncias climáticas pelo estado, por cumprirem os pré-requisitos definidos por lei estadual. Tal nomeação garante a esses municípios uma verba maior por parte do Estado para a promoção do turismo regional. O município também adquire o direito de agregar junto a seu nome o título de estância climática, termo pelo qual passa a ser designado tanto pelo expediente municipal oficial quanto pelas referências estaduais.

Campos do Jordão é chamada de "Suíça Brasileira", como estratégia de marketing, pela sua arquitetura tardia baseada em construções europeias e pelo seu clima mais frio que a média brasileira. Por isso, a cidade recebe maior quantidade de turistas durante a estação do inverno, especialmente no mês de julho.

É o município com a sede administrativa mais elevada do país, atingindo 1 628 metros acima do nível do mar, onde está localizada a prefeitura da cidade, e que pode variar para mais de 2 000 metros nos arredores do município. Está localizado no maciço da Serra da Mantiqueira, uma das mais elevadas cadeias de montanhas do Brasil. Possui uma área de 289,5 km². É constantemente visitado por turistas de todo o Brasil e até mesmo do exterior, que vão à localidade para gozar do clima de inverno.

Fonte: Wikipedia

Campos do Jordão (Brazilian Portuguese: [ˈkɐ̃pus du ʒoɾˈdɐ̃w]) is a municipality in the state of São Paulo in southeastern Brazil. The population in 2003 was 47,903 inhabitants and the area is 290.27 square kilometres (112.07 sq mi). The city is situated 1,628 metres (5,341 ft) above sea level and is the highest city in Brazil.

The Mantiqueira mountains provide unique panoramic views, and the municipality’s region still has undeveloped old growth Atlantic Forest habitat. The endemic Brazilian Paraná pine (Araucaria angustifolia) is found here. There are numerous outdoor activities for tourists and winter residents. These include hiking, mountain climbing, treetop cable swings (arborismo), horseback riding, and ATV and motorbike riding. July, of winter season vacations, sees an enormous influx of visitors (more than quadrupling the city’s population), due in part to the winter festival of classical music.

Its attractions throughout the year include German and Swiss cuisine restaurants, bars, and a cable car. There are many pousadas (inns) and chalets. Also, in order to cater to the large number of visitors, several bars, lounges, discos and clubs open during the winter months.

A former state governor had a winter residence here, the Boa Vista Palace, which is now a museum in the city.

The city’s economy is based mainly on tourism; due to its location at high elevation in the Mantiqueira mountains, and traditional European-style architecture. Buildings are mostly vernacular architecture from German, Swiss, or Italian models. Many of the wealthiest residents in the state of São Paulo have winter country houses here.

Despite the high income of many visitors, the HDI (0.820 in 2004) of Campos do Jordão is not very high because the owners of the houses in the best neighbourhoods are not regular inhabitants; these houses are used only during the holidays. The city can be reached from São Paulo mainly by road through the Rodovia Floriano Rodrigues Pinheiro. There is also a picturesque railroad from Pindamonhangaba, used mostly by tourists. At the end of the main road going through Campos do Jordão, there is a state park called Horto Florestal.

Source: Wikipedia

Shibu Onsen from Shibu Hotel, Yamanouchi, Nagano Prefecture

Image by David McKelvey
Shibu Hotel is a charming Japanese ryokan situated in the old town of Shibu Onsen, Nagano. Many Japanese who love the good old times of Showa come to stay at our hotel. Nearby attractions include the famous Jigokudani Monkey Park (Wild Snow Monkeys) where bathing monkeys are spotted. Monkeys bathing during the winter are called Snow Monkeys and especially popular among tourists from North America and Europe. The park is closer from Shibu Onsen than from Yudanaka Onsen.

You can walk around in the town, wearing Yukata (light Japanese robe) even at night. We provide free pickup from the nearby Yudanaka station. Just call us on the day you are coming. We will be there. If you are leaving after 3:00 pm, we can drive you to the station. Source: www.shibuhotel.com
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Yamanouchi is a municipality in northern Nagano Prefecture with a variety of tourist attractions. The area’s Jigokudani Monkey Park draws many visitors because of its unique wild monkeys, who bathe in the park’s natural hot springs. The monkeys are not the only ones enjoying the water, as the nearby towns of Shibu Onsen and Yudanaka Onsen are centered around the bathing experience.

The largest ski resort in Japan, Shiga Kogen, is also located within Yamanouchi. One single ticket gives skiers and snowboarders access to dozens of runs, some of which hosted events during the 1998 Nagano Winter Olympics. Shiga Kogen and other parts of Yamanouchi are part of the Joshinetsu Kogen National Park, which offers hiking and other outdoor activities when there is no snow on the hills. Source: www.japan-guide.com

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Restaurante Santa Truta (Santo Antonio do Pinhal) – Tudo pronto para preparar um fondue! / Everything set to make fondue!

Image by Deni Williams
Português

Campos do Jordão é um município brasileiro localizado no interior do estado de São Paulo, mais precisamente na Serra da Mantiqueira; faz parte da recém-criada Região Metropolitana do Vale do Paraíba e Litoral Norte, sub-região 2 de Taubaté.

A cidade fica à altitude de 1 628 metros, sendo portanto, o mais alto município brasileiro, considerando a altitude da sede.Distância de 173 km da cidade de São Paulo , 350 km do Rio de Janeiro e 500 km de Belo Horizonte. Sua principal via de acesso é a Rodovia Floriano Rodrigues Pinheiro.

Campos do Jordão é um dos quinze municípios paulistas considerados estâncias climáticas pelo estado, por cumprirem os pré-requisitos definidos por lei estadual. Tal nomeação garante a esses municípios uma verba maior por parte do Estado para a promoção do turismo regional. O município também adquire o direito de agregar junto a seu nome o título de estância climática, termo pelo qual passa a ser designado tanto pelo expediente municipal oficial quanto pelas referências estaduais.

Campos do Jordão é chamada de "Suíça Brasileira", como estratégia de marketing, pela sua arquitetura tardia baseada em construções europeias e pelo seu clima mais frio que a média brasileira. Por isso, a cidade recebe maior quantidade de turistas durante a estação do inverno, especialmente no mês de julho.

É o município com a sede administrativa mais elevada do país, atingindo 1 628 metros acima do nível do mar, onde está localizada a prefeitura da cidade, e que pode variar para mais de 2 000 metros nos arredores do município. Está localizado no maciço da Serra da Mantiqueira, uma das mais elevadas cadeias de montanhas do Brasil. Possui uma área de 289,5 km². É constantemente visitado por turistas de todo o Brasil e até mesmo do exterior, que vão à localidade para gozar do clima de inverno.

Fonte: Wikipedia

Campos do Jordão (Brazilian Portuguese: [ˈkɐ̃pus du ʒoɾˈdɐ̃w]) is a municipality in the state of São Paulo in southeastern Brazil. The population in 2003 was 47,903 inhabitants and the area is 290.27 square kilometres (112.07 sq mi). The city is situated 1,628 metres (5,341 ft) above sea level and is the highest city in Brazil.

The Mantiqueira mountains provide unique panoramic views, and the municipality’s region still has undeveloped old growth Atlantic Forest habitat. The endemic Brazilian Paraná pine (Araucaria angustifolia) is found here. There are numerous outdoor activities for tourists and winter residents. These include hiking, mountain climbing, treetop cable swings (arborismo), horseback riding, and ATV and motorbike riding. July, of winter season vacations, sees an enormous influx of visitors (more than quadrupling the city’s population), due in part to the winter festival of classical music.

Its attractions throughout the year include German and Swiss cuisine restaurants, bars, and a cable car. There are many pousadas (inns) and chalets. Also, in order to cater to the large number of visitors, several bars, lounges, discos and clubs open during the winter months.

A former state governor had a winter residence here, the Boa Vista Palace, which is now a museum in the city.

The city’s economy is based mainly on tourism; due to its location at high elevation in the Mantiqueira mountains, and traditional European-style architecture. Buildings are mostly vernacular architecture from German, Swiss, or Italian models. Many of the wealthiest residents in the state of São Paulo have winter country houses here.

Despite the high income of many visitors, the HDI (0.820 in 2004) of Campos do Jordão is not very high because the owners of the houses in the best neighbourhoods are not regular inhabitants; these houses are used only during the holidays. The city can be reached from São Paulo mainly by road through the Rodovia Floriano Rodrigues Pinheiro. There is also a picturesque railroad from Pindamonhangaba, used mostly by tourists. At the end of the main road going through Campos do Jordão, there is a state park called Horto Florestal.

Source: Wikipedia

South Fork John Day Wild and Scenic River

Image by BLM Oregon & Washington
Downriver view of the South Fork John Day Wild and Scenic River, south of Smoky Creek, June 6, 2017, by Greg Shine, BLM.

Protected as part of the National Wild and Scenic Rivers System, the South Fork of the John Day River flows from south to north through central Oregon, providing unparalleled recreational opportunities including fishing, swimming, hiking, camping, and birdwatching.

It’s your river. Make your splash!

Originating in the Ochoco and Aldrich Mountains, the South Fork meets the main stem of the John Day River at the town of Dayville, Oregon. The river is nationally known for smallmouth bass and steelhead and is an excellent destination for many outdoor activities. The South Fork John Day River Back Country Byway runs alongside the river and also connects visitors to adjacent areas such as the Black Canyon Wilderness.

Forty-seven miles of the South Fork – from the Malheur National Forest boundary to the confluence with Smoky Creek – were designated as wild and scenic on October 28, 1988, and classified as recreational river areas. This classification includes rivers or sections of rivers that are readily accessible by road or railroad, that may have some development along their shoreline and that may have undergone some impoundment or diversion in the past.

As a national wild and scenic river, the South Fork possesses several resource values considered “outstandingly remarkable,” including botanic, fisheries, geologic, paleontologic, recreational, scenic, and wildlife.

Botanic
The South Fork of the John Day River corridor contains a number of relatively pristine plant communities and two significant species, the Washington monkeyflower and threatened south John Day milk vetch. The diversity of plant communities provides important wildlife habitat, interpretive opportunities and aesthetic values to the area. Vegetation has been impacted by humans via fire control, road construction, unmanaged livestock grazing. A coordinated multi-agency program is in place to restore the quality of the vegetative communities.

Fisheries
The John Day River hosts one of the few remaining wild fish runs in the Pacific Northwest. The summer steelhead and spring Chinook salmon returning for spawning contribute to the largest entirely wild run in the mid and upper Columbia River Basin; spawning and rearing takes place below Izee Falls. Resident redband trout populations are augmented with hatchery stock, and whitefish are also present and popular.

Geologic & Paleontologic
A complicated geologic history in the area has resulted in a diverse assemblage of rocks that include masses of oceanic crust, marine sediments, a wide variety of volcanic rocks, ancient river and lake sediments, and recent landslide deposits. North of Izee Falls, the Mascall Formation features marine invertebrates, fossiliferous outcrops and fissure dikes. South of the falls, features include ammonites, bivalves and rhyconellid brachiopods.

Recreational
This river corridor provides a wide variety of recreation opportunities, including camping, boating, hunting and fishing. The river is nationally known for smallmouth bass and steelhead, and popular for floating and swimming, hunting, hiking and camping. Visitors travel here to see the rugged geologic formations of the canyon and internationally significant fossil beds.

Scenic
The views here are colorful, striking and unique. Basalt outcrops, Ponderosa pine and Douglas and white fir intermix with juniper, sagebrush and native bunchgrasses to create a distinct pattern on the rugged canyon slopes. The river is petite but active, and it flows over 55-foot Izee Falls halfway to the mainstem.

Wildlife
The South Fork is a key wildlife area due to the diversity and condition of the habitats in its corridor. Mature (never been cut) Ponderosa pine and fir forests have provided a stable environment for its diverse, balanced population. Grass and sagebrush hillsides provide forage for big game species and nesting for many migratory and resident bird species. Bald eagles visit in winter; golden eagles, redtail hawks and prairie falcons nest in the canyon. Lewis’ and other woodpeckers, owls and quail nest and feed here. Mule deer and elk winter here, as well. Resident predators include mountain lions and bobcats. Minks, beavers, river otters, coyotes and rattlesnakes are common, as well.

For more information, contact our Prineville District Office:
3050 N.E. 3rd Street
Prineville, OR 97754
Phone: 541-416-6700
Fax: 541-416-6798
E-mail: BLM_OR_PR_Mail@blm.gov

Norway Best Squad – Day 3

Image by 7th Army Training Command
Norwegian Soldiers attempt to navigate the high ropes coursel event during the European Best Squad Competition at the 7th Army’s Joint Multinational Training Command’s, Bavarian Outdoor Activity Recreation MWR Facility, Bavaria, Germany, October 21, 2015. The European Best Squad Competition is an Army Europe competition challenging militaries from across Europe to compete and enhance teamwork with Allies and partner nations. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. 1st Class Caleb Barrieau)

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