This is a great show. Plenty of cool local businesses to visit and we take you on a trip to Alaska. We'll introduce you to a relative of Eugene's founder and leave you with a cool video of a place few will ever visit.
On this week's episode of Rick Dancer TV, we take a look at Mckenzie Fire and Rescue, hike to the top of Carpenter Mountain for a chat with Fire Lookout Rob Mutch and talk with Janet Cooper about the Make Your Ripples Count movement.
In many rural communities volunteer fire departments take care of everything from local events to emergencies and even fires. But attracting new folks is getting harder to do.
Plus, the guy on Carpenter Mountain Fire Lookout and much more.
This month we take you to a remote fire lookout in the Oregon Cascades and introduce you to several businesses creating products the old fashioned way. From home cooked food to a hatter to a guy who makes bikes in his shop.
There are so many new places to eat, drink, play and stay along the McKenzie River we thought it was time to give you peak. We found the hidden and the well viewed but think in this show you will find something for everyone.
On this episode of Elders, Sages & Fellow Travelers you will discover all the ways folks in their later years are staying connected. This show will encourage you to live well and live with purpose and we have some resources to help you do so.
The family of the pioneer who founded Eugene is back in town. Ken Darling is looking for the same thing his great, great, grandfather was looking for, we'll introduce you and we take you to the Waterford Grand, Eugene's largest home and the Brownsville Cemetery.
Most Oregonians have never seen the far eastern Wallowa County. Often called the Swiss Alps of Oregon, this is an amazing place with some of the most wonderful people. Take a few minutes to sit back and enjoy the highlights of a trip we took there a few years ago.
River Road Park and Recreation District shows off it's amazing programs from trips to painting to exercise and the pool. Frank Moore a fisherman in Oregon talks about life at the end of a pole.