Steve Moore obviously had too much time on his hands as he spent the summer of 1997 putting in a grass tennis court and golf hole on his ranch just outside of Eugene, Oregon. The first picture is of Steve & Marsha's house, with the office next too it and the golf green and one of the ponds just below. The second picture was taken in 1998 of Steve playing tennis by himself. The third picture shows Steve patiently awaiting an approaching tennis ball. The fourth picture is of Tom Greider, slicing a backhand with the office in the background. The fifth picture is the late John Douglas, great friend controlling the "Crew". The sixth picture is of friend, Arron Spencer, ex UofOregon tennis player-Go Ducks! The seventh picture features New Market Wizard Linda Raschke, LBR Group patiently awainting the arrival of a fast moving tennis ball. The eight picture was taken on 6/17/2005 of Ron Schelling, www.2hedge.com The ninth picture is taken on 6/19/2005 at Smith Rock State Park in central Oregon. We had a great afternoon hiking the famous Asterick Pass assualt located in the middle of the picture. The tenth picutre is of Marsha Moore and a couple of the old kids, Junior and Jasmine. The elevnth picture was the three golf hitting holes below the office taken on 5/22/2000. The twelveth and thirteenth pictures, taken in March, 2008, are Steve's desk and some of his monitors. The fourteenth picture was taken in February, 2008 in Steve's backyard. The fifteenth picture was taken on 6/19/2005 at Scott Lake, below the Three Sisters, about 90 minutes from the MRCI ranch. The Sixteenth picture was taken of our great golden retriever, Jasmine, on the tennis court in the summer of 1998. We lost her on 12/31/2009 - she was quite the lover dog! The last picture was taken on 6/16/2012 on the McKenzie River, with Marsha Moore sitting, and son Chris Moore and guide Jim Straight. Great day of fishing - Marsha caught around 50 fish herself, including 7 double catches. Chris had the big one on, an old 15 pound trout, but it got away..
If you are interested in seeing a recent google satellite map image of MRCI.