Front Cover - Watching for swirls in Mule Creek Canyon.
Page 4 - A line of dritboats floats below Coffeepot Rapid.
Page 9 - Blurred waters of the upper Rogue below Natural Bridge.
Page 15 - Poison oak (generally green) changes color in the fall.
Page 21 - The Rogue disappears into lava tubes at Natural Bridges Park.
Page 21 - Takelma Gorge, a short class V series of 5 rapids along the upper river.
Page 21 - Mill Creek Falls thunders into the Rogue.
Page 23 - Highway Hole lies immediately below the Casey State Park put-in.
Page 33 - Looking onto Argo Rapid after an Oct. Storm.
Page 33 - Abandoned placer gravels and ditch at the Robert Dean Placer Mine.
Page 31 - The view looking upstream into Hellgate Canyon.
Page 31 - A Great Blue Heron contemplates a passing raft.
Page 27 - The Savage Rapids Dam is slated to be removed in 2008.
Page 29 - Fishing for "half pounders" below Grants Pass.
Page 35 - A father-daughter team braves Grave Cr. Falls.
Page 35 - A driftboat leaves Wooldridge Rapid behind on a fall fishing trip.
Page 37 - Flanked by Dothan sandstone, a raft takes a hit in Howard Creek Chutes (#3).
Page 37 - Wet spring trips offer dynamic weathe and beautiful misty mornings. - Wildcat Rapid.
Page 39 - In October, pumpkins line the Rogue.
Page 39 - Cooling off in Washboard Rapid during a mid-July commercial trip.
Page 41 - Kelsey Geology camp provides easy access to the river for hikers along the Rogue River Trail.
Page 51 - A jetboat heads upstream to one of several riverside lodges below Blossom Bar Rapid.
Page 55 - The Rogue's creek bottoms are lush with moss.
Page 55 - Looking onto the beautiful Copper Canyon Camp.
Page 51 - There's no better swimming hole... Flora Dell Falls.
Page 59 - Lobster Creek Bridge and Massacre Rocks. This is the last logical take-out for rafters.
Page 43 - Sunset over Saddle Peak and Mule Creek Canyon.
Page 41 - A crimson sky reflects in the calm water off Missouri Bar.
Page 43 - The don't call it Big Boulder Rapid for nothing. One of many giants along "boulder alley."
Page 49 - Hikers contemplate the East Creek Gorge.
Page 49 - The low-water kitchen at Lower Solitude Camp (below 1,500 cfs) is a rafter's dream.
Page 59 - The blackberries get fatter and more abundant downstream.