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Four (4) hour Paddle Down Wildlife River

Paddle Down Wildlife River & Visit Siletz Bay National Wildlife Refuge Park your vehicle at our private Siletz Kayak Launch location   You and your rented Kayak will be taken 6 … Continue reading

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Three (3) hour paddle though the Siletz Bay National Wildlife Refuge

Guides, Kayak, & Canoe Rentals Siletz Bay Kayak,\Canoe, and Guided Launch Location directly across the Siletz River from the heart of Siletz Bay National Wildlife Refuge.   It is a easy paddle … Continue reading

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Six (6) Hours with Wildlife

Explore Sixteen (16) miles of Siletz River with Abundant Wildlife    The Siletz River is a long, undulating coastal stream that drains much of northern Lincoln County. Unusual for its … Continue reading

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Siletz Bay Catamarans (Siletz Bay Cats).  It is the most stable water craft ever built.

    Family or Group of four up to 7 people can have the most stable water craft unit even made … the Siletz Bay Cat. Warning …. There is … Continue reading

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Chinook Salmon Fishing on Siletz River from a SiletzBayCat

Best Time & Place to catch Chinook Salmon This Salmon was caught under the Hwy 101 bridge in front of the Siletz Moorage by Brian Stone. As with most Oregon … Continue reading

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Crabbing with a Siletz Bay Catamaran (SiletzBayCat)

Warning – Summer crab are newly molted and are essentially a small crab in a big crab’s body. Meat can be as little as half what the crab will develop … Continue reading

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You Rent … We Launch … You Paddle – Experience the Beauty of the Oregon Coast

Experience the Oregon Coast Special Group\Family Rates for 4 or more people – Click Here Guides Available Every Day at Launch Times Get close to and on the water  Experience … Continue reading

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Solar Cooking

Solar cooking is the simplest, safest, most convenient way to cook food without having to worry about fuels. It also gives people access to safe drinking water and prevents waterborne … Continue reading

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Order Eggs On-line

Order Eggs On-line with Debt Card (No Credit Cards) & Pick Up Anytime (24/7) Pay by Debt Card Only Go to: http://www.Cash.Me/$LincolnCity or Click here Key Amount @ $4/eggs & … Continue reading

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No Waste Rodent Free Chicken Feeders DIY

Dual Feed Chicken Feeder can have one feed with two chickens OR Dual Feed Chicken Feeder can have two different types of feeds A_DIY3 from carl palmer on Vimeo. Two … Continue reading

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Lettuce from your Deck, Patio, or Balcony

Lettuce Tub© is a carefree technique that allows you to grow hydroponically without electricity, pumps, or wicks of any kind. In fact, you don’t even have to change your reservoir or … Continue reading

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Tomatoes from your Deck, Patio, or Balcony

TomatoBarrels©  are for anybody who: ….. Wants ripe Tomatoes in July ….. Desires Organically Grown Produce ….. Loves Home Grown Tomatoes ….. Desires Earlier & Later Gardens ….. Wants an … Continue reading

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EZ Garbage Gobbler

The Food Waste Problem The Sustainable Living Research Center in Lincoln City is starting a program to impact the Food Waste Problem of Lincoln County, even Crab Shells. U.S. consumers … Continue reading

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Veggie Sacks provide Vegetables from your Deck, Patio, or Balcony

 The Veggie Sack is for the gardener who wants a container that will grow the best possible plant. It is a new and unique advancement in container technology that is … Continue reading

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Raise Chickens while Living Off the Grid

RV Chickens …… Pastured  raised chickens are the better way of having fresh eggs. One thing that stops many people from having chickens is the threat of predators. Do raccoons eat chickens? … Continue reading

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Crabbing Oregon Coast

Dungeness crabs move between Oregon’s bays and the ocean. The bays are open all year to recreational crabbing. Justin Ainsworth, shellfish biologist for the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, … Continue reading

April 23, 2018