Mikal, I guess it's been a while since we last exchanged messages or email. I suppose one of the special things about our friendship was that we could have some long lapses not communicating, and being able to pick right up when we did touch bases. I'm very saddened by what I'm reading here. And so very very sorry. I would love to have gotten together one more time. Mikal, I'll cherish the memories of catching crabs in Reedsport. Listening to you play your guitar in Seattle. Visiting Whidby Island and having lunch with Leah and Barb..... You were the first to offer to be by my side when my mother passed.... WOW.. You are missed Mikal, I love you. Dee~
my last time with my brother was so specail. we shared midnight muchies, then my brother broke out with music tell the dawn came. i will always remeber my brother warrior. i know that a new star has arrived in the heavens.brother i say to you thank u for cutting new path for the childern of the light. i look forward to the day we spend time in the next plain. so go in peace and love brother in tell we reunite. love always the pirate
I logged in this evening to let Mikal know of the loss of my husband on January 26th... to find this. My heart is further broken by this news. To all my rainbow friends, to all Mikal's friends and family... my heart is with you. So sad.
to get there from Roseburg, take Hwy 138/Crater Lake Hwy East toward Crater Lake. Dry Creek is at mile marker 49. Just as you go over creek on hwy past the store you will take a left onto Illahee Rd. Go past first Driveway on right that is clearly marked. Take the next Road on the RIGHT. This will take you to the Gazebo and Illahee Flat.
There is a large meadow to camp on. There is a log built privey. Bring TP. Bring Water. Bring Food. Bring Your Musical instruments!
Please bring Warm clothing and plenty of Blankets!
Hot Springs just a few miles up the road and a short hike in.
Last spring started a garden on church property up the street. No fences, no poisons, no problems. Planted extra for the rabbits and gophers, coyotes even got some meals in. Learned many tricks and created new. Lots of good produce to share.See More