Adventure is everywhere and you don’t have to be an expert anything to enjoy it. On Location takes you to all sorts of fun and challenging experiences, all so you can get up, get out, and Plant Your Flag.
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Even if we’re out on the road shooting a new episode, we make every effort to respond promptly to emails. What’s on your mind? CLICK HERE we’ll get back you as soon as Sterling puts away his gear.
We would LOVE to hear your suggestions for places to explore. Out-of-the-way, different, a bit challenging, you name it and that’s the stuff we’re looking for. CLICK HERE and let us know!
A man of many skills. Open to new experiences. Schooled in the ways of the wilderness. What more can we say? CLICK HERE to get the inside story on Sterling, straight from the man himself.
Can there be any wheaten Scottish Terrier as brave, strong, heroic and clever as the dynamic Dogmatix? Not according to his fans. To find out more about the always-modest Dogmatix, CLICK HERE.
You’re ready for adventure, but you don’t know where to start, or what to expect? No worries. Sit back and tag along with Sterling. He’s got your back.
Do not be deceived by his small size. Every cubic inch of his compact Scottie body is solid muscle. His stubby little feet can run like the wind. And with his eagle-like eyes and teeth the size of a dog ten times his stature, Dogmatix is always ready for a new adventure.
A Plush Diamond, also known as the Oregon Sunstone, is a gemstone found only in Oregon. And guess what? There’s a Plush Diamond Mine in Oregon where you can sift through the gravel and keep all the sunstones you find. Very cool CLICK HERE for our Plush Diamond Mining swag.
At Spectrum Sunstone Mines, the mine operators scoop out the gravel, run it through a shaker and drop the big stuff on a conveyor belt. All you have to do is stand there and pick them up.
Get these beauties polished up and mounted and they can be worth thousands. And all you had to do was adventure out to Eastern Oregon and play in the dirt. Can’t get much better than that.
Back then on the farm what you didn't have were machines, gasoline or electricity. How did you make compost? Grab a pitchfork. How do you make flour? Turn the handle of that grain mill. At the ECEC, you can experience these things first hand.
Hard work pays off. Get a new appreciation for how far we’ve come. Just imagine having to do everything manually. Every day of the week. Forever. But hey, at least there's always snacks. Even if it is just cornmeal and pig fat (otherwise known as Johnnycakes).
The cool thing about this adventure is that with the right gear, some instruction, and a trail that’s been cleared of dangerous debris, anyone can climb their way up some pretty gnarly paths. CLICK HERE to check out our selection of 4x4 Rock Crawling swag.
Gamblertown. Dusty, crowded, bumpy, loud, silly, and all kinds of fun. The Gambler 500 is truly a different kind of adventure.
A trip with Noah's Wilderness Adventures included peaceful floating, exciting rapids, impressive canyons, plenty of wildlife, and fishing! What could be better?
Surfing off the Oregon coast is totally a situation where you need the right gear. With an average water temperature in the low 50’s, a good wet suit is top of the list. Good thing you can rent both wet suits and boards at the Lincoln City Surf Shop. Then, like Sterling, all you need is a sense of adventure.
Can confirm: if you’ve never been cold water surfing before you will no doubt end the day with aches in muscles you didn’t know you had. But balance that against an adventure well done and you’re still a winner.
These impressive and larger-than-life days kites do aerial tricks, fly precision maneuvers, and are so huge they could cover your house. And the best part is, with a little training anybody can still fly a kite. How awesome is that? CLICK HERE for our Kite Flying swag.
If you’ve always wanted to zoom over the waves like a porpoise and fly through the air like a bird AT THE SAME TIME, then kiteboarding is for you. There’s nothing quite so exhilarating as being able to harness the power of wind and wave, all at your command. CLICK HERE to check out our Kiteboarding swag.
These days hiking is a pleasant pastime, a way to get away from it all and get back to nature. 100 years ago, it was how you got from one town to another if you didn’t own a horse. In both cases having the right travel duds is important. CLICK HERE for our Keep on Hiking swag.
The Pacific Northwest has some great biking trails that parallel what’s available for motorized vehicles but on a more human scale. Many of them happen to be located within the Middle Fork Ranger District of the Willamette National Forest.
Coasting down a bike trail, maneuvering the switchbacks, clearing the occasional pothole and fording a shallow stream. That’s the feeling of freedom. Oh, and manual labor alongside various biking clubs during National Trails Day.