20/40/60: Do Like the Canadians Do

20/40/60: Do Like the Canadians Do

The Source's crack team tries curling
It was just a few weeks ago when members of the Bend Curling Club added a new listing to our calendar, looking to boost the numbers for their club, which meets several times a week at The Pavilion in Bend.

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Onto the Next Adventure

After a lifetime of elite racing, Adam Craig's next big challenge
Early one morning, a friend and I agreed to meet at Mt. Bachelor for some sweet turns.

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Cougar killings back in the news

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There is no question that this is what a lot of people are calling a tough winter.

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Brace & Roll

Tumalo Creek's winter offerings can help kayakers prep for the raging rivers ahead
It all started last summer when my father proposed we paddle across the Columbia River at its leanest constriction, between Rowena and Lyle, to the mouth of the Klickitat River.

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XC Championships in Bend

Racing for beer, bragging rights or a national championship. Take your pick
If you're into a wintry round of golf, the River's Edge Golf Course in the heart of Bend is one of the places to do it. And in 2016 and 2017, it's also the place for world-class cross country runners to show their chops in what's proved to be a fairly challenging run on the fairway.

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Natural World: Helping our greater sage grouse survive

Who would ever have thought the once-huge populations of Oregon's greater sage grouse, would suddenly begin to vanish from an ancient domain, and be considered candidates for the endangered species list? What happened to cause this terrible decline?

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20/40/60: Fat Biking.

Three generations; one new outdoor activity.
Thanks to an amazing invention called Google Analytics, we here at the Source Weekly know our audience goes way beyond millennials. Our readers are moms, dads, grandparents, teens and youth, in addition to young adults.

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Natural World: Winter and Wildlife

Winter's hard on wildlife, just as it is on you and me. But like you and me, wildlife that spend winter with us have tools they can use to stay warm and dry. Birds in particular are well suited to survive winter, with downy feathers close to their little bodies.

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Bird's Eye View

Seeing Central Oregon from a helicopter offers a peek at our winter wonderland in a way no ski lift can muster
Editor's note: The online version of this story has been updated from the print version. Details regarding "landing near Broken Top" have been removed.

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