sagerat wrote:Olive Lake, home of the famous pipe made of redwood that goes from the lake to an old powerhouse.
54vintage wrote:Cowgirl wrote:54vintage wrote:In June of this year I'm going to the Chief Joseph Rally in John Day.....I plan on scouting out a place where one could see the eclipse without a huge crowd around. I'd be willing to bet there will be a lot of folks along the path of it vying for position. Hopefully not too many that far east. Time will tell. I think that above Granite there is a lot of wide open space that should be a great place to go. I'll confirm that in June.
I'm looking forward to your scouting report. I plan to reserve a campsite as soon as you're able to in 2017. We are not fans of big crowds either.
The place I'm thinking of will not need reservations......it's a Forest service fire tower....Not that one would be renting it, I think it's active, but I think it would be a great place to view the eclipse. Pull up Google Earth and find Olive lake......it's west of Granite Oregon. Then just look around to the north west a bit and you might be able to find the tower.
isldtime wrote:Thanks for the info. Won't be coming out there but I looked at the map in the link and it's ideal line passes right over me in W. KY>
Mowich wrote:Hat Point 30 miles east of Enterprise Oregon gets my vote. Up at 6900ft and remote.
54vintage wrote:One can only book a year in advance at Magone Lake.....It might work out that you could reserve the spot on the 17th for five days, then securing the spot on the 21st. I'll call them Monday and see if that works. Stay tuned to this channel
Cowgirl wrote:54vintage wrote:One can only book a year in advance at Magone Lake.....It might work out that you could reserve the spot on the 17th for five days, then securing the spot on the 21st. I'll call them Monday and see if that works. Stay tuned to this channel
Hey Chuck, have you been able to get ahold of anyone yet?
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