2009 CALENDAR ISSUE

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2009 CALENDAR ISSUE
2009 CALENDAR ISSUE
KAUFMANN STREAMBORN {Tigard} Oregon trail of dreams {Bend} omsi {Portland} sea lion caves {Florence} co-Motion cycles {Eugene}
wallowa lake tramway {Joseph} City of milton-freewater {Milton-Freewater} salem-keizer volcanoes {Keizer} oregon state fair {Salem}
pentacle theatre {Salem} bauman farms {Gervais} elkhorn lanes {Baker City} clear lake resort {Sisters}
ON THE COVER
Everything for the Pacific Northwest fly fishing enthusiast — except
for the fish themselves — can be found at Kaufmann Streamborn
in Tigard. What began in 1969 as Lance and Randall Kaufmann’s
garage-based, fly-tying operation has grown into a comprehensive
enterprise, comprising brick-and-mortar stores in Oregon and
Washington, an online store, fly-tying and casting classes, and onthe-water fly fishing classes.
To go fishing is part of the job description for Kaufmann’s staff, who
are all passionate in the pursuit of presenting the right fly to the right
fish in the right spot. They are well-versed in all aspects of the sport,
and you are assured of highly qualified advice when you stop by a
Kaufmann store, email them, or pick up the phone to call them.
For the most adventurous fly anglers, Kaufmann Streamborn offers
fly fishing vacations that range from the Northwest’s best to far-off
locales such as Russia, Mongolia, England, New Zealand, South
America, and tropical destinations including Mexico, Seychelles, Bikini
Atoll, and Christmas Island.
Kaufmann Streamborn | Tigard
www.kman.com
On the cover: Mitch Harris, fly fishing
guide with Kaufmann Streamborn,
scans for steelhead on the Wilson River
near Tillamook.
SAIF Corporation is Oregon’s not-for-profit, state-chartered workers’ compensation insurance company. We have offices in Baker City, Bend, Eugene, Medford,
North Bend, Pendleton, Portland, Roseburg, and Salem.
Editor-in-Chief: Lyn Zielinski-Mills Publications Editor: Al Polito Writers: Melaney Moisan, Al Polito Coordinators: Linnea Garcia, Sara Bayes
Art Director: Mary Ann Potter Photographer: Lynn Howlett Special thanks to: Trevor Ansbro, Shane Blair, Randy Boyd, “Crater,” Chris Davie, Lee Dawson,
Marvin Dawson, John Gilkey, Michelle Harper, Mitch Harris, Bryan Howlett, Matt Hutchison, Scott Lehr, Parker Mills, Jim Nusser, Buck Olen, Danielle Potter,
Tannen Potter, Ben Price, Russel Repp, Brenda Rocklin, Jerry Scdoris, Susan Schoaps, Dwan Shepard, Zach Stehley, Michael Stoops, Boone Tompkins,
Volcanoes baseball team and ground crew, Dan Vrijmoet, Bob Westman, Bill and Linda Whittemore, Tony Zandol
The Comp News calendar is printed at Lynx Communication Group, Inc., in Salem on 80# Nature Plus Recycled Gloss Book. This paper contains 30 percent
recycled content. The cover is printed on 100# Endeavor Gloss Cover #1 with 50 percent recycled content.
www.saif.com
Having fun in Oregon
Oregon and recreation. The two words have been synonymous for generations. If it’s fun, it can be done
somewhere within our borders.
You might even say it’s part of our state’s brand. For Wisconsin, it’s cheese. For Kansas, it’s wheat. For Vermont,
it’s maple syrup (or maybe it’s Ben & Jerry’s). For Oregon, it’s recreation. Lewis and Clark liked our recreation
opportunities so much they spent their entire time here hiking, hunting, fishing, canoeing, and camping!
Our image as the premier place for recreation is a good thing for several reasons: companies often consider
quality-of-life features, such as access to recreation, when they look for new locations, and workers who value
that type of balance between their work and personal lives seek out places like Oregon.
With so many small businesses as customers, it’s no surprise that SAIF provides insurance coverage and safety
consulting to many companies in the recreation industry. The 13 featured in this calendar represent all their
industry partners from across Oregon.
They also represent the true Oregon spirit — the spirit of working hard and being successful (and safe), and
having fun doing it.
Brenda JP Rocklin
President and CEO
400 High St SE
Salem, OR 97312
P: 800.285.8525
You may never drive a dog sled in Alaska’s famous Iditarod race, but
Oregon Trail of Dreams, a training camp for professional sled dogs,
can give you a hint of what it’s like. You take your place in the sled
with anticipation. The dogs are animated, barking and jumping with
excitement, but as the mushers begin to check the equipment and
harnesses, the dogs become intense and silent. Once everything is
ready, snow flies as the sled takes off down the trail ahead. While
these dogs prepare to run in various races around the Northwest,
including the Iditarod, they take children and adults for rides that
include scenic views of Broken Top, the Three Sisters, and Mount
Bachelor. Oregon Trail of Dreams is owned and operated by Jerry
Scdoris and his daughter, Rachael, who realized her life-long Iditarod
dream in 2006, when she became the first legally blind athlete to
finish the race.
Oregon Trail of Dreams | Bend
www.mtbachelor.com > Activities
> Sled Dog Rides
(Top) The sled team anxiously awaits
the morning run. (Right) Oregon Trail
of Dreams’ Jerry Scdoris adjusts the
harness for one of the team.
FEBRUARY 2009
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Agricultural
Safety Seminar
Hillsboro
Agricultural
Safety Seminar
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Agricultural
Safety Seminar
Salem
Agricultural
Safety Seminar
Clackamas
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Agricultural
Safety Seminar
Eugene
conducted in Spanish
Hillsboro
Employer Trainings
Eugene
Portland
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Agricultural
Safety Seminar
Hood River
Employer Training
Medford
Employer Trainings
Klamath Falls
North Bend
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Employer Training
Roseburg
Martin Luther King Jr. Day
SAIF offices closed
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Mid-Oregon
Construction Summit
www.orosha.org
Bend
Chinese New Year
To learn more about SAIF’s
Employer Training programs,
go to saif.com/employer >
Training calendar.
January
Making science fun, exciting, and tangible — in Oregon and beyond —
is what the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry (OMSI) is all
about. OMSI accomplishes this by hosting world-renowned traveling
exhibits and creating many of its own interactive displays that
also travel the world. OMSI visitors enjoy numerous permanent
installations on subjects ranging from chemistry, physics, technology,
and lasers, to life and earth sciences.
Docked at OMSI’s riverfront is the USS Blueback, the U.S. Navy’s last
non-nuclear, fast-attack submarine, which is available for underwater
sleep-overs. Music lovers and stargazers flock to OMSI’s Kendall
Planetarium, which offers not only computer-aided astronomy shows but
also music-themed laser shows. Visitors wanting even more of an eyeful
will enjoy the OMNIMAX IMAX Theater with a staggering 6,532 squarefoot projection area and 15,000-watt custom Surround Sound system.
Oregon Museum
of Science and Industry | Portland
www.omsi.edu
(Top) OMSI’s Science Playground. (Left)
USS Blueback. (Bottom left) The OMNIMAX
projection room. (Bottom center, right)
OMSI’s creative exhibit-building workshop.
MARCH 2009
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Salem
Employer Training
Redmond
Groundhog Day
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Agricultural
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The Dalles
Agricultural
Safety Seminar
conducted in Spanish
The Dalles
Valentine’s Day
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Agricultural
Safety Seminar
Wilsonville
Agricultural
Safety Seminar
Employer Training
Medford
Employer Trainings
Eugene
Portland
Salem
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Agricultural
Safety Seminar
Klamath Falls
Agricultural
Safety Seminar
Medford
Employer Training
Roseburg
Presidents Day
SAIF offices closed
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conducted in Spanish
Wilsonville
Ash Wednesday
To learn more about SAIF’s
Employer Training programs,
go to saif.com/employer >
Training calendar.
February
The largest sea cave in the world, as documented by the Guinness
Book of World Records, is located on the coast near Florence. Spanning
more than two acres of floor space and rising up to 125 feet in height,
the enormous basalt cavern extends about the distance of one football
field into the earth. The cave and its rocky shoreline provide habitat
for a large population of up to 500 Steller sea lions, as well as some
California sea lions and numerous bird species.
Established in 1932, before Highway 101 was paved, Sea Lion Caves
is a four-generation family business that has always put preservation
before progress. Although a modern elevator provides access for more
than 140,000 visitors who enjoy the cave each year, guests keep a safe
distance from the sea lions, which shelter inside the cave during the
colder months and inhabit the shoreline when it’s warmer.
Sea Lion Caves | Florence
www.sealioncaves.com
Steller sea lions perch precariously
on the cliffs outside Sea Lion Caves.
Breeding males stay out of the water and
fast from mid-May until August, guarding
their territory against competitors.
APRIL 2009
FEBRUARY 2009
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Oregon Governor’s Occupational Safety & Health Conference (GOSH) www.orosha.org Portland
Third National HealthCare Ergonomics Conference www.orosha.org Portland
Daylight Saving Time begins
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Employer Trainings
Medford
Salem
Employer Trainings
Eugene
Klamath Falls
Portland
St. Patrick’s Day
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To learn more about SAIF’s
Employer Training programs,
go to saif.com/employer >
Training calendar.
Spring begins
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Workplace Eye Health and Safety Month
Bicycles built for five, four, three, two, or especially just for you, CoMotion Cycles in Eugene is renowned for its custom-built and off-therack bicycle models.
Fully immersed in cycling culture, Co-Motion’s artisan builders are
passionately devoted to creating the finest cycles available anywhere.
By mapping the most efficient ways to transfer human energy into
forward motion, Co-Motion co-owners Dan Vrijmoet and Dwan
Shepard work with their team to create a line of bicycles that take
their place among the best custom models in the world. Co-Motion
utilizes aerospace-grade components, aluminum, alloys, and carbon
composites alongside computer-aided frame design and customized
frame geometry.
Co-Motion Cycles | Eugene
www.co-motion.com
It takes the finest materials and the
most exacting specifications to build a
Co-Motion bicycle, but the result is a bike
with speed, agility, and perfect handling.
MAY 2009
MARCH 2009
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Employer Training
Redmond
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National Work Zone Awareness Week
Palm Sunday
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World Health Day
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Passover begins at sundown
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Employer Training
Roseburg
Employer Training
Medford
Employer Trainings
Eugene
Klamath Falls
Portland
Salem
Easter
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Employer Training
North Bend
Holocaust
Remembrance Day
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Earth Day
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Employer Training
Bend
Employer Training
Hermiston
Arbor Day
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Workers’ Memorial Day
To learn more about SAIF’s
Employer Training programs,
go to saif.com/employer >
Training calendar.
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Tax Day
Employer Training
Hood River
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Good Friday
April
Wafting along 19,300 feet, or almost four miles, of cable, the
Wallowa Tram runs to the top of Mount Howard between June and
September. The journey lasts 15 minutes, allowing you enough
time to enjoy spectacular views of the Eagle Cap Wilderness Area,
but also giving you plenty of time to enjoy your day at the top of the
mountain. At the summit you can take a hike, have a picnic, have a
party, get married, fly a model glider, or even watch paragliders as
they soar by. If all this activity makes you hungry, you can always
stop for a bite at the Summit Grill and Alpine Patio, the highest
restaurant in the Northwest, at 8,150 feet.
Built in Switzerland, the four-person gondolas first began operation
in 1970 and have received numerous state-of-the-art safety upgrades
over the years.
Wallowa Lake Tramway | Joseph
www.wallowalaketramway.com
(Center) Tramway owner Bill Wittemore
is in constant communication with
operators at both terminals to ensure a
safe and comfortable ride for all.
JUNE 2009
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Cinco de Mayo
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Occupational Safety and
Health Professionals Day
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Employer Training
Roseburg
Employer Training
Medford
Employer Training
Klamath Falls
Mother’s Day
Armed Forces Day
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Employer Training
Ontario
Employer Training
Pendleton
Employer Trainings
Eugene
Hood River
Portland
Salem
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Employer Training
Redmond
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To learn more about SAIF’s
Employer Training programs,
go to saif.com/employer >
Training calendar.
Memorial Day
SAIF offices closed
May
NATIONAL ELECTRICAL Safety Month
The picturesque town of Milton-Freewater is an outpost of beauty and
bounty in the farm country of northeastern Oregon. Area residents
enjoy an ideal climate of sunny summers and mild winters.
views. Satisfying experienced golfers as well as novices, the course
features both par three and par four holes and is open every day with
tee times required on Fridays, weekends, and holidays.
The City of Milton-Freewater |
Milton-Freewater
www.mfcity.com
Especially noteworthy is the two-level, 18-hole Milton-Freewater
Municipal Golf Course. One level borders the city, while the other rests
on Milton Hill with commanding Walla Walla Valley farmland and city
Wine lovers will appreciate that Milton-Freewater is included within
the Walla Walla Valley Wine Appellation. Locals and visitors alike enjoy
top-notch steelhead fishing, hunting, skiing, hiking, and camping.
(Top) Amber waves of grain provide rich
contrast to the 16th green at the MiltonFreewater Municipal Golf Course.
JULY 2009
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Redmond
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Employer Training
Roseburg
Employer Training
Medford
Blue Mountain
Occupational Safety
and Health Conference
www.orosha.org
La Grande
Employer Training
Klamath Falls
National Tire Safety Week
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Employer Trainings
Eugene
Portland
Salem
Flag Day
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Father’s Day
Summer begins
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To learn more about SAIF’s
Employer Training programs,
go to saif.com/employer >
Training calendar.
June
National Safety Month
If you miss those old-fashioned summer nights with music, hotdogs,
kids, and baseball, you can find them in Keizer at the Volcanoes Stadium.
Concerts often open or close a game, and you can expect fireworks
on Friday nights and on the Fourth of July. For the past 11 years, the
stadium has been the home of the Salem-Keizer Volcanoes, a Class A
minor league team in the Northwest League and farm team of the San
Francisco Giants.
The Volcanoes have won six Western Division titles and four Northwest
League championships, and the Giants have called them a team that
develops champions. This may be why more than 3,000 cheering fans fill
the seats at 38 home games each season. During off months the stadium
plays host to dozens of community events. For example, the Volcanoes
Stadium hosts the Blanchet High School baseball team from March to
June, as well as the state high school baseball championships.
Salem-Keizer Volcanoes | Keizer
www.volcanoesbaseball.com
(Left) Volcanoes mascot “Crater.”
(Center, right, bottom right) The ground
crew for the Salem-Keizer Volcanoes
readies the field on game day.
AUGUST 2009
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SAIF offices closed
Independence Day
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Employer Training
Roseburg
Employer Training
Medford
Employer Trainings
Eugene
Klamath Falls
Portland
Salem
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Employer Training
North Bend
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To learn more about SAIF’s
Employer Training programs,
go to saif.com/employer >
Training calendar.
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July
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Nine thousand things to experience, 11 days, one event — “Something
for everyone” takes on a whole new meaning each August at the Oregon
State Fair. Whether you love adventure, education, the arts, fine wine, or
even prize-winning swine, you’ll find it at the fair.
Changing along with the state it serves, the Oregon State Fair
introduced bicycle races in 1895, electricity in 1900, and an auto and
tractor show in 1918. The sixties brought John F. Kennedy and
the Titan missile, and the seventies saw the first female fair
director (Lillie Ward). The fair grew exponentially in the 1980s,
received a face-lift and a chair-lift in the nineties, and has become
a leader in environmental responsibility in this decade. Today
the Oregon State Fair is operated by the Oregon State Parks and
Recreation Department.
Oregon State Fair | Salem
www.oregonstatefair.com
(Top and left) The stuff of summer:
kids, a giant pig, and corn dogs. With
the famous Poultry Barn (center) and
livestock competition (right), the fair
remains true to its agricultural roots.
SEPTEMBER 2009
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Redmond
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Employer Training
Roseburg
Employer Training
Medford
Employer Training
Klamath Falls
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Employer Training
Bend
Employer Trainings
Eugene
Portland
Salem
First day of Ramadan
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To learn more about SAIF’s
Employer Training programs,
go to saif.com/employer >
Training calendar.
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A whitewashed barn with a sawdust floor, a tarpaulin stage, a chicken
coop dressing room, and chairs on loan from the mortuary — that was
Pentacle Theatre in 1954.
Today’s award-winning Pentacle Theatre, a few miles from the original
site in a modern, renovated building, brings a passion for live performance
to eight plays per year, which include musicals, comedies, and drama.
The support of the community provides the purpose and creative
energy it takes for Pentacle Theatre to thrive. In 2007 Pentacle
completed a five-year, $1 million capital campaign to bring muchneeded repair and remodeling to the theater. Besides its main
production schedule, Pentacle Theatre makes its cast, crew, and
building available for special events such as community service
nights, student nights, and benefit performances.
Pentacle Theatre | Salem
www.pentacletheatre.org
(Top) Theater in the woods. Director
Susan Schoaps (left) oversees the stage
preparation for Gerald Moon’s murder
mystery, Corpse! A well-stocked prop
room (right) is important to any theater.
OCTOBER 2009
AUGUST 2009
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Employer Training
Roseburg
Employer Training
Medford
Employer Training
Klamath Falls
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Labor Day
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Employer Trainings
Eugene
Portland
Salem
Central Oregon Occupational Safety and Health
Conference www.orosha.org Redmond
Grandparents Day
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Rosh Hashanah begins
at sundown
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National Farm Safety and Health Week
Autumn begins
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Yom Kippur begins
at sundown
To learn more about SAIF’s
Employer Training programs,
go to saif.com/employer >
Training calendar.
September
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SAIF offices closed
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For thousands of children in the Willamette Valley, Halloween and
the fall harvest season are chances to return to Bauman Farms in
Gervais, with its acres of pumpkins, rows of Indian corn, apple trees,
and more fun than a whole family can have in a day. There are hay
carts to ride, farm animals to pet, apples to fire (with the apple cannon
and apple slingshot), and a giant corn maze to hide in, as well as ziplines, slides, and tunnels through mountains of hay bales.
The fun at Bauman Farms doesn’t end there. The farm also offers
educational tours, demonstrations, cooking classes, and artist
events. Besides pumpkins and corn, this full-production farm
features a nursery and a retail store where you can order pies for
Thanksgiving and flowers for the table, as well as gift baskets full
of products such as preserves, dried fruit, gourmet sauces, salad
dressings, and cookbooks.
Bauman Farms | Gervais
www.baumanfarms.com
(Top) Halloween hunters claim their
quarry from acres of prime pumpkin
patch. Visitors also enjoy Bauman
Farms’ nursery, farm animals, and
retail store.
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Employer Training
Redmond
Drive Safely Work Week
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Employer Trainings
Portland
Eugene
Salem
Columbus Day
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Employer Training
North Bend
United Nations Day
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Employer Training
Lincoln City
Halloween
To learn more about SAIF’s
Employer Training programs,
go to saif.com/employer >
Training calendar.
October
National Fire Prevention Month
Turn off the white light, turn on the black light, add some glow-in-thedark, and what do you have? It’s called Cosmic Bowling at Elkhorn
Lanes, one of the best ways to spend a Saturday night in Baker City.
At Cosmic Bowling, ordinary bowling takes on a whole new light as
bowling balls, bowling pins, and even some of the bowlers themselves
glow in the mysterious purple light.
Cosmic Bowling came to Elkhorn Lanes in 2006, but Baker City
bowlers have been hitting strikes and spares at Elkhorn since 1958.
After the original building was leveled by a fire, the current 14-lane
facility was rebuilt in 1960, and today it includes all the amenities
you’d expect from a great bowling alley: state-of-the-art electronic
scoring, a snack bar, and a pro shop to supply all your bowling needs.
Elkhorn Lanes | Baker City
(Top) Bowling pins fall under black light
at Elkhorn Lanes on Cosmic Bowling
nights. (Left) Even the bowling shoes
take on a luminous glow.
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Clear Lake Resort, not far from the picturesque town of Sisters, is
where Oregonians go when they want peace and quiet with just enough
recreational options to keep things interesting. One thing that makes it so
quiet is that no motorized boats are allowed on Clear Lake itself.
Winter visitors enjoy the resort’s serene beauty, while nearby Hoodoo
beckons with world-class skiing, snowboarding, and tubing. In warmer
months, nature lovers count birds, and anglers seek cutthroat trout at
the shores of the crystal-clear lake or from rental rowboats.
Operated by Linn County, Clear Lake Resort offers both rustic and
modern cabins for up to eight people, as well as a restaurant, lodge,
and five campsites. Cabins and boat rentals are available all year and
the restaurant and lodge are open May through September. Clear Lake Resort | Clear Lake
www.co.linn.or.us/parks/
> Clear Lake Resort
(Top) Clear Lake Resort’s cabins are
open all year, weather permitting, and its
five small campsites are available May
through September.
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