Chasing Ghosts in the Bighorns with Greg Hatten

A Bighorn Adventure Editor’s note: What did you do over the long weekend? Enjoy the adventures of our friend and Pendleton ambassador Greg Hatten, who took the Bighorn blanket home to the Bighorn Wilderness.  Greg’s Journey The Bighorn Mountains of Montana are larger than life – just like the mountain men and trappers who explored … Continue reading Chasing Ghosts in the Bighorns with Greg Hatten

Running Wild and Scenic with Greg Hatten and OPB

Editor’s note: Our friend and brand ambassador, Greg Hatten, will be featured on Oregon Field Guide this Thursday, March 7th. Greg was part of a wild and scenic river trip led by Jeremy Starr. Enjoy his words about what’s behind the episode, and be sure to tune in! “Oregon Field Guide” airs Thursday evenings at … Continue reading Running Wild and Scenic with Greg Hatten and OPB

Wild and Scenic Rivers Part Two with Greg Hatten and Pendleton

We continue our series with Greg Hatten’s Woodenboat adventures on rivers protected by the Wild and Scenic Rivers act. In this installment, Greg’s team approaches the run of a lifetime.  Frank Church Wilderness In June I took my wooden boat down the River of No Return in the Frank Church Wilderness of Idaho. The Middle … Continue reading Wild and Scenic Rivers Part Two with Greg Hatten and Pendleton

Wild & Scenic Rivers Part One with Greg Hatten and Pendleton

Note: Please enjoy this guest post from Greg Hatten, of WoodenBoat adventure fame. He took some Pendleton blankets along on his latest river runs. Here’s his write-up! Wild and Scenic Rivers Act “The great purpose of this act is to set aside a reasonable part of the vanishing wilderness, to make certain that generations of … Continue reading Wild & Scenic Rivers Part One with Greg Hatten and Pendleton

Greg Hatten guest post – Buell Blankets and the St. Joseph Museum

A guest post! Today’s post is from our friend Greg Hatten, of WoodenBoat adventure fame. Greg has always been interested in our Buell blankets (all retired, but one is still available), which were part of our Mill Tribute Series. Greg decided to find out some information on the original Buell blankets at the source; his … Continue reading Greg Hatten guest post – Buell Blankets and the St. Joseph Museum

Introducing the Olympic National Park Blanket!

Editor’s note: For National Park Week, we are reposting some of our favorite national park posts! We hope you get out there and enjoy your parks this week, but if you can’t, we will take you to the wilderness as best as we can.  Pendleton is proud to unveil our latest national park blanket, celebrating Washington … Continue reading Introducing the Olympic National Park Blanket!

Introducing the Olympic National Park Blanket!

A New Park Blanket Pendleton is proud to unveil our latest national park blanket, celebrating Washington state’s Olympic National Park. See it here: Olympic National Park Blanket The colors of this blanket pay homage to the Olympic National Park in our neighboring Washington State. This unique region is famous for its varied ecosystems—from rugged coastlines … Continue reading Introducing the Olympic National Park Blanket!

Heroic Blankets for Independence Day

Happy Fourth of July! Today is the day to celebrate America and her heroes, especially those who proudly served to defend our country. Here are some of our patriotic made-in-the-USA blankets. Click the names to see more information. Brave Star This contemporary interpretation of the American flag is a celebration of the patriotism of Native … Continue reading Heroic Blankets for Independence Day