Hollywood stars and the Table Rock airstrip
Let’s say you want to impress some of your socially prominent
out-of-town guests into buying some property you’ve just developed.
And let’s pretend you have enough of what Woody Guthrie called
the “Do-Re-Mi” to actually own the top of Lower Table Rock. What do you do?
That’s easy. Carve out a 3/4-mile-long runway through solidified lava,
vernal pools and fairy shrimp; charter an airplane or two to give everyone a chance at
the most impressive landing of a lifetime; and then just sit back and listen to all the oohs and ahhs.
Give your visitors a little time to admire the view, drive them
down and give them a leisurely ride beside the Rogue River.