This is the "Big Sky" country of Oregon, filled with wide-open pastureland, lush forest, quiet roads and the peaceful sound of fresh mountain water flowing through the creek beds.

Winding country roads with open views of rich irrigated ranchland and grazing cattle will be the order of the day. Wild flowers, Juniper, Pine and Aspen trees line the traffic-free roads.

Visit the historic Bly Ranger District Compound and learn about the Fremont National Forest and the Mitchell Monument, which marks the site of the only World War II civilian casualties on the Continental US. The monument marks the spot where a Japanese "fugo" touched down.