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PNW Navy Ships

Navy ships named after Pacific Northwest locations, includes many historic and interesting ships

Pacific Northwest Covered Bridges

The Pacific Northwest was once littered with Covered Bridges. Most are gone now, but some still exist

Pet Friendly Travel

Pet Friendly Travel options across the Pacific Northwest

Oregon Ghost Towns

My map of over 250 abandoned, ghost, and historic towns in Oregon

10th Mar 2014

Larwood Covered Bridge (Crabtree Creek)

The Larwood Covered Bridge is in the distinct Linn County style. It is unclear to me if and when this happened, but previously two covered bridges spanned the river here....

06th Mar 2014

Shimanek Covered Bridge (Thomas Creek)

Five bridges have crossed Thomas Creek at this specific location. Little is known about the first bridge, other then it was built in 1861. Linn County has records that state...

Roslyn, Washington – Or Northern Exposures "Cicely, Alaska"

Name: Roslyn, Washington Class: E1 GPS:Latitude: 47.2500948, Longitude: -121.13785 Directions: Take I-90 East from Seattle for 77 miles towards Snoqualmie Take the WA-903 North exit just before Cle Elum. At...

Salmon La Sac, Washington

Name: Salmon La Sac, Washington Class: GPS: Directions: Description: I know very little about this town. If you have any additional information, please leave a comment below. Thank you! More...

Wilkeson, Washington

Name: Wilkeson, Washington Class: E1 GPS: Latitude: 47.1036378, Longitude: -122.04943 Directions: From Seattle, take I-5 south to Highway 18 towards Auburn. Turn on to 167 South towards and go all...

02nd Mar 2014
Ghost Town of Jordan, Oregon

Ghost Town of Jordan, Oregon

Name: Jordan, Oregon Class: A(Unknown) GPS:Latitude: 44.7270667, Longitude: -122.6998089 Directions: Take Highway 22 east from Salem towards Detroit Lake. At Lyons, turn right on to OR-226/Albany-Lyons Highway. At 6.3 miles...

02nd Mar 2014

Jordan Covered Bridge, Oregon (Stayton-Jordan)

The Jordan Covered Bridge is apparently quite beloved by the community. The original bridge was a 90 foot long Howe truss bridge that crossed Thomas Creek right outside of what...

27th Feb 2014

Cutler City, Oregon (Gibbs Point)

Name: Cutler City (Gibbs Point) Class: G6 GPS: Latitude: 44.9162214, Longitude: -124.0176138 Directions: Cutler City is now the most southern neighborhood of Lincoln City. Driving south after crossing Schooner Creek...

25th Feb 2014
Grays River Covered Bridge

Gray’s River Covered Bridge

The Gray’s River Covered Bridge was lobbied for by dairy farmer Hans P. Ahlberg in 1905. The county agreed to build it at a cost of $2615.00. Ahlberg owned land...

25th Feb 2014

Classic Ridge Beach Company

Name: Classic Ridge Beach Company Class: G6 GPS:Latitude: 45.7387184, Longitude: -123.912357 Directions: Classic Ridge was located “on a sand dune between Manzanita and Neahkahnie.” The GPS directions put it about...

Port Gamble, Washington (Teekalet)

Name: Port Gamble, Washington (Teekalet) Class: F6 GPS: Latitude: 47.8542606, Longitude: -122.5837581 Directions: From I-5 in Tacoma Washington, take the Highway 16 exit towards Bremerton. At the town of Gorst,...

21st Feb 2014

Idaville, Oregon – Ghost Mill Town (Jawbone)

Name: Idaville, Oregon (Jawbone) Class: G3 GPS:Latitude: 45.5098266, Longitude: -123.8656834 Directions: Head north on Highway 101 from Tillamook, Oregon. After about 4 and half miles, turn right on Idaville Road....