Drinking the cold, clear water: the 24-mile Eagle Creek-Tanner Butte loop
Written by Willie McBride | 24 July 2012
The forest was filled with fog and the sun had not yet broken through. The drifting particles of moisture conducted our imaginary visions through the magical space of the stunning tree scape and we talked of seeing dinosaurs and mythical figures in the mist. The understory of the forest was open and spacious and our bodies and minds felt free to roam through it. Click here to read the entire article.