Rogue River - Sandersons Island
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Rogue River - Sandersons Island

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View of the Rogue River from the Rogue River National Recreation Trail outside Galice, Oregon.  Sandersons Island is a gravel bar that is half its usual size due to high water flooding.  The river is murky brown due to eroded sediments further upstream.  This high water is nothing compared to the 1964 flood - a sign along the outcropping marks the location of the maximum crest of the Rogue River on December 23, 1964, 55 feet above its usual summertime level.

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