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WE ARE ADVENTURE SEEKERS. Three guys looking for more out of life. Lovers of fresh air, rich dirt, and a campfire that always blows the other way.For a few years, we found ourselves hitting trails on the weekends, sunset sailing after work, or throwing unofficial races in the fields outside Ryan’s farm. But during the week we’d stare out the window: day dreaming, scheming, and plotting the next trip. And so the Limberlost concept was slowly born—at first around a late night bottle of wine in the Umpqua National Forest—until it slowly matured into a reality.