Great show this month as we take you along the Oregon Coast to introduce you to a couple of really cool places to stay and we'll give you a look at St Vincent dePaul's new housing project for homeless teenager girls. Plus much more even waxing hair out of my nose. Yep, where else you gonna see all this?
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Wow, what a great show we have for you this month. Stories about real people, kindness, tension and a way you can get involved in the community or with a new hike. RDTV has time for the little stories because we actually think they are the big story.
This month we show you what a makeover can and cannot do for local homeless kids. We introduce you to a former foster kid who is now showing the same love and attention to horses, that and much more.
Each year we get to tell the amazing stories of people in Oregon. A few years ago we put together one of my favorite shows asking some tough question about Christmas. This year we just combined the two.
Montana is a beautiful state. We recently took a trip to Livingston where my son works and brought the camera along. Boy, are we glad you did and after you see this story you too will be happy.
Dory fishing off the Oregon coast makes a comeback, we travel to Oregon's far east to show you what rancher think of the west, we'll introduce you to the Yellowstone River Montana rafting style and show you the life of a guy who loves living alone in a fire lookout.
This month we show you the eclipse, we take you to a lighthouse on the Oregon coast, we go on a cycle ride over highway 242 without the cars and much much more.
This month its a 100 mile bike ride called Reach The Beach, we take you to Eastern Oregon to meet a real cowboy and take you to some cool small rural towns. We will also show you the Sicilian Barber and introduce you to other businesses you may never have heard of.
This month we take you on a beautiful run to the top of Castle Rock along the McKenzie River, we introduce you to the owner of Mazama Sporting goods and talk about next steps in life over a fishing pole and the bike ride from hell to the SteamBoat Inn.
Rome is not one of the biggest tourist spots in the world, at least not when you are talking about Rome, Oregon. However, we think it should be. Why is this tiny section of Far Eastern Oregon called Rome, who lives there, what do they do? We'll show you.