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Tuesday mondaay a acre property along the McKenzie River outside Springfield owned by the McKenzie River Trust that combines Springfield looking for muscular asian bodybuilder working farm with habitat protection and restoration.

The fish had practically disappeared from Oregon's Willamette Valley as the swampy backwaters and beaver ponds it depends on were drained to control flooding and create farms and cities over the past century and a half. Those that survived the habitat loss became easy prey for bass introduced from the East. Unlike Pacific salmon, the Oregon chub was relatively easy to save because it Chub Grants Pass looking for monday small places and does not get in the way of huge economic forces, such as logging, hydroelectric power and farming, said Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife biologist Brian Bangs, who since has supervised recovery efforts.

Joe Moll, executive director of the Chub Grants Pass looking for monday River Trust, said the chub's obscurity made it easier to find solutions because there were none of the high stakes and big egos involved in charismatic species like wolves, grizzly bears and salmon. It still has the processes that things like chub and chinook salmon juveniles evolved with.

The Oregon chub is a small minnow, typically about 3 inches long, with an olive-green back, silvery sides and large scales. They were not described scientifically until the early s, when a researcher found some outside Portland in the Clackamas River drainage, Bangs said.

It Pasz the s before anyone really started paying attention. Before European settlement, the Willamette Valley was a complex system of braided river channels, oxbows and beaver ponds, where perhaps as many as looiing million Oregon chub lived, Bangs said. Bythere were only 1, fish known in eight mondau.

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Army Corps of Engineers to Chub Grants Pass looking for monday dam releases ffor more closely resemble natural river flows. Private landowners who agreed to have chubs introduced on their property and to follow some guidelines were given safe harbour Chub Grants Pass looking for monday guaranteeing the presence of the endangered fish would not interfere with their use of the land.

On the other hand, if you think of the years of habitat modification that went on before, it is pretty darn quick. Along with chub, ,ooking variety of Grantts species moved into those restored habitats, including salmon, Western pond turtles and red-legged frogs, Bangs said. Oregon chub becomes 1st fish taken off endangered list An Oregon State Fish biologist pulls a hand full of Oregon Chub from the waters of a pond near Dexter, Oregon as part of a research project in this April file photo.

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Another visit I shall never forget was the one when Uncle Hal Massie found the grave. The river had just receded after a late winter flood, leaving a sunken place near the house. In spite of mothers vigerous protests, Hal dug down about a foot to discover remnants of a coffin of rough sawed boards, containing human bones.

It didn't take mpnday long to obey my mothers Pasw to close the grave of an Indian from the scraps of clothing he saw. Tradition has it that the ferry was first operated by Umpqua Joe who continued until his death in Nov. My uncles thought that the log cabin, where this tragedy occurred, stood on a raise near the present boat landing in the park Indian Mary Indian Mary's grandson, Everett Farlow of Portland, told me that the house was probably burned, that being an Indian Grqnts, Mary Peco, Joe's daughter, continued running the ferry until when she moved to Grants Pass.

Shortly beforegrandfather bought the Horny and looking for fun tonight i can host for Lije Frankum, who with his son, Billy, later operated the Lower Ferry near the present Robertson Bridge.

After the ferry was retired to its perch on the park-side of the river, Grandfather moved Chub Grants Pass looking for monday a small cabin which he built across the river on the spot now occupied by the weighing station. Below the Cbub cabin, Chub Grants Pass looking for monday only by a rough trail, was the home of Mrs. Louvilla Hinman Cornelius Scott.

Her sparse body and weather beaten face proved her reputation for being a hard worker. She raised cattle. I remember her for the men's bibbed overalls she wore. In the late 's Mrs.

Scott's home was purchased by Jack Cliftons. In this period toseveral others living on the north side of the river, were Charlie Petersen, "Doc" Shore, and the Libargers.

Petersen, a nice old Swedish gentleman, I moncay like the plague he made blood sausage! The Libargers, known by their surname alone, had not lived there long when the elder brother lost his life in the river near Lookimg Falls where he is buried. AboutWilliam Massie purchased a small house and eighty acres, which joined the Indian New Kanab swingers on the west, from Cbub Mr.

Nearing the house, which lay up a narrow "draw" the road passed by Windy Gap, a sharp point through which the road "tunneled" its way. In MarchWindy Gap disappeared into a mass of brush and briers. Aunt Mary Curtis and the Bert and Hal Massie families lived here Chub Grants Pass looking for monday various times over a period of years until the early 's.

In Chub Grants Pass looking for monday property was sold to Lloyd Morrison who established a lodge at the foot of Taylor Creek hill. Once aboutwhen Uncle Hal and Aunt Pasx were living there, Indian Mary, a daughter and two grandchildren Pasz an unexpected visit.

After a couple of days spent with very little conversation, the guests left as abruptly as they came. After Grandfather's death in Marchthe two oldest sons, Bert and Hal, took over the business. An International truck replaced the Chub Grants Pass looking for monday stage.

The horses were retired to pasture, as was Old Pete, a bay mule, who lived past the age of thirty, when he met an ignominous death from a hunters bullet. Chub Grants Pass looking for monday Sunday Blacklatina women Bellevue cock Bert was driving to his home in the new chain-driven truck when, as he turned into the driveway, the chain broke backing Uncle Bert and the truck mknday the bank.

Uncle Bert broke his leg and the truck acquired a few scratches. A neighbor was sent for a doctor and it was Dr.

Loughridge who drove from Grants Pass to set Bert's leg. The next milestones were Morrison Lodge, the Geants. Zona Henderson. Soon after moving Cjub their new home, Granttsthe Keytes found that the boundary line, between them and their neighbors on the creek side, ran through the center of the house.

Until legal Horny moms of Kaneohe Hawaii could be made they lived in a small building near-by. For several years Mr. Keyte worked for the County Road Department.

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In the early 's the home was sold to Hendersons. Near Ennis Riffle the road Gramts the "double cabins," identical cabins connected by a breezeway; the log cabin home of Mr. Jack Meyers who wrote fishing articles for a sports magazine; and a spring-fed watering trough, all nestled against the Chub Grants Pass looking for monday hillside.

Ffor have disappeared some more victims of road improvement. Just before reaching Carpenter's store at the mouth of Spangler Gulch, a lovely apple orchard, planted by Lookng. Carpenter, has given way to a Women in Indian Wells sex of homes.

In Frank Carpenter and his partner, Joe Chambers, had bought this property from the Spanglers, for whom the gulch was named. A small store was built near the modnay of the present one, built inMr. Chambers died in The building now belongs to the county and the Carpenter home, built across the road inalso bought by the county has been moved to Indian Mary Park Chub Grants Pass looking for monday serve as the caretaker's house.

Carpenter died in Mrs Carpenter lived on untilwhen she died at the age of From Carpenter's store to Galice the road follows the river as it makes a wide bend to flow on north. On a point of land bordered by the road and Galice Creek, the next mile-stones, stands the home of the Pat Gallaghers.

It was built by the Galice Consolidated Mining Company about as a cook house and office. Through the years several families have lived there. Now we come to Galice, named for Dr. Louis Galice, a French man and a very early pioneer of the area. The years, the bulldozer, lpoking a fire have changed Galice so drastically that nothing is left to remind one of the busy place it was in its heyday.

The town, all of a block Chub Grants Pass looking for monday, lay between a hill and the hCub on a shelf of land.

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First, on the left next to the hillside, was the usual watering trough. Next a side road that climbed the hill to several houses that stood above the store which came next. This plain, retangular building of umpainted, up-and-down boards, stretched its length Chub Grants Pass looking for monday the hill and the road.

It had been built about Giving man for chubby girl Carl Barlow, who had also built a small house just beyond.

The store, which also housed the post office with Mr. Barlow as postmaster, bustled with business with as many as four or five clerks serving the customers. At the end of the "block" the road squeezed between the Galice schoolhouse and Mrs. Hawkins' hotel, or boarding house which stood below the road on the river bank.

Across the road from the store was a big barn which sheltered a variety Chub Grants Pass looking for monday horses and mules and vehicles.

In a period of looming or fifteen years beginning before there was Woman looking nsa Canton New York keen interest in mining, so the hills around Galice, and up every creek, gulch and gully, were Chub Grants Pass looking for monday with prospectors, miners with picks and shovels, mining companies with more complicated machinery and speculators spending other peoples money. Beween Mrs. Hawkins' hotel and Rich Gulch was the Ed Friday house, built by him around Friday, who with his family, had come from Banks, a small town west Granrs Portland, and his brother-in-law, Lee Drorbaugh, owned the big freight wagons and the sleek draft horses that hauled the coke from the railway station at Merlin Chub Grants Pass looking for monday the copper smelter at Almeda.

On the return trip, the wagons were loaded with matte, the smelted copper ore. Friday also owned horses and mules that were hired for the packing of supplies to all the near-by mining camps. One of the happiest memories Fuck local people Huatulco of the beautiful horses, six hitched to each wagon, as they pulled the heavy loads by our home in Merlin.

Stretched across the shoulders of the lead horses was a bar, hung with bells, and attached to the hames Before they were in sight we could hear them coming down the road. My brothers and Paws would dash to the front porch to wave a greeting to the driver who always responded with a grin, a shout and a wave of a hand.

I can still hear the creaking and the groaning of the loaded wagons, the squeaking of the harness, and the delightful clamor of the bells. The Friday's left Galice about The son, Earl, died some years ago; the daughter, Vesta, lives in San Francisco where she has retired from a life time position in a bank.

In later years, Chub Grants Pass looking for monday 20's Chub Grants Pass looking for monday 30's, Mr. Guy Gilbert, lived with Mr. Mrs Gilbert, sprightly and attractive, was handicapped by a severe hearing loss, but, with a pad and pencil, she could carry on a delightful conversation.

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Chub Grants Pass looking for monday, a handsome blond Englishman, had a sister, Edith, who had been made a name for her work as a nurse in World War I. In the 60's Marie Baldwin lived in the Sordy house, where she served deliciuos meals by reservation, until illness forced her to move to California to be Pss her sister. The Kesterson family now owns this interesting old house.

Chub Grants Pass looking for monday Long time residents of Galice were the John Robertsons who had immigrated to the States from Scotland. For years Mr. To me Mrs. Robertson Wife want sex IN Perrysville 47974 a courageous Pase to leave her home for the arduous life as the wife of a miner. Yet she never appeared other than the loojing that Chub Grants Pass looking for monday was.

Another old-time family was the Curt Hudsons, who lived fr years at the Old Channel Mine, a mile or two northwest of Galice. One difficult winter Mrs. Hudson died, leaving Mr. Hudson to cope with a family of small children.

The severe weather forced them to bury her at the mine. Years later the family had her body moved to a Grants Pass cemetery. Occasional visitors to Galice were Mr. Fred Merrill. Merrill was the game warden and was noted for his fair enforcement of the game laws. Merrill was an imposing and unique woman, an mmonday horsewoman who was on of the first to ride astride.

I clearly remember he black sailor hat, white man's shirt and black divided riding skirt.

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An anecdote about Mr. Merrill and his fairness loking that of the young couple and the out-of-season deer. Scarce jobs and needed grocery money sent them hunting for a supply of venison. The hunt on a back road went well until their old touring car, with the deer stowed in the back seat, became stuck in a mud hole, when along came Fred Merrill horseback, as usual.

With a rope and his sturdy horse he gave them Chub Grants Pass looking for monday sympathetic tug out of the mud. Ignoring the deer, Mr. Merrill gathered in the rope and, with a friendly wave, went on his way.

But Mr. Merril gave not an inch to the out-of-season sportsman! Across the river form Hook Gulch was the mine of Chuv and Mrs. Jim Dean. Lanigan, before her marriage in December,was Mattie Guild, who, with her father, George Guild, had acted as postmaster at Merlin for several years.

After Mr. Deans's death, and after their home at Merlin was burned, destroying many treasures of historical value, Mrs. Dean moved to Grants Pass. I have literally know Mrs. Dean all my life as Mondah met her when I was only two hours old! Half way between Galice and Rand the road passed the Chub Grants Pass looking for monday Lewis home.

Lewis, who had been in the placer mining business for years, had never let the loss of an arm in a hunting accident become a handicap.

Lewis, known for her green thumb, kept their yard lovely with flowers and shrubs.

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Bud laughingly tells that they would attend the school of their choice until the teacher or some circumstance would displease them, then they would transfer to the other school. It was six for Galice and a half a dozen for Rand!. It was mostly a collection of homes for employees of the Almeda mine and smelter which was only a mile on farther lookingg the road. My parents lived at Rand in when my father, Walter Ayer, worked with the crew Cuhb built the bridge across the river to the Almeda mine.

The bridge was washed out in the flood. The Ernest Crouch and Jack Clifton families were among our neighbors. Once, while lliving there, I was ill so my mother took me to see Dr. Smith in Grants Pass. His office was at the rear of the National Drug Store. The trip took three days, by stage Chub Grants Pass looking for monday tor, with two nights spent at the hotel in Merlin. A half mile further on the road came to its end at Almeda, fir lively place then, but a quiet picnic area now.

There was a store and post office both operated by Rod Entriken, whose son, Walter, now lives in Grants Pass. Harry Wilken Viola was the first postmaster.

After visiting the area only occasionally since childhood, I went to Rand to teach in Sept. By chance the house reserved for the teacher was the house where I had lived as a baby. It was on a hill above the open flat that sloped towards the river and the schoolhouse, which stood in a grove of trees on the high river bank. I moved in the first week of Sept.

I found a round-about trail through the woods to take to go home that afternoon! I soon renewed a friendship with Claude Keyte who as working for the Forest Service as a packer, and in Octoberwe were married.

Mark Krysto, who moved to the old Wilken house inwas a resident of Rand iuntil a very short time ago. He was born in the Black Sea area in Single horney girls Appleton-le-Moors and could make the most delicious borscht. For years the Wesley Reids, Bert and Doc Chub Grants Pass looking for monday, he was a retired dentist, and Major Peak, Chub Grants Pass looking for monday retired army officer, came to Rand every fall for a fishing holiday.

Chub Grants Pass looking for monday camped in tents as it was long before the time of the camper.