We love the browns and golds and deep greens that come out in the fall. Blaine Scinta recently rented the van called Wild Rose, and grabbed some great fall shots while traveling throughout Oregon and California. Check out his fall eye candy below.
Toketee Falls. Toketee (pronounced TOKE-uh-tee) is a Chinook word meaning "pretty" or "graceful." To find this gem on the North Umpqua River, head about 58 miles east of Roseburg.
Renowned for its emerald green waters, the North Umpqua River is considered one of the best fly fishing streams in the Pacific Northwest.
The Columbia River Gorge separates Oregon and Washington and provides for some of the most scenic driving around. Be sure to stop at Rowena Crest for views you won’t soon forget.
The Sprinter van called Wild Rose, taking a break along the North Umpqua River.