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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

12th Feb 2014
Ghost town of Cuprum Idaho

Ghost town of Cuprum Idaho

Name: Cuprum, Idaho Class: H1 (Copper mines originally, now Summer Cabins and loggers.) GPS: Latitude: 45.0865458, Longitude: -116.6893141 Directions: *Note* Two wheel drive accessible only in summer months. Kleinscmidt Grade...

09th Feb 2014

Little Sweden, Oregon (Green Basin)

Name: Little Sweden (Green Basin) Class: H(Unknown) Directions: head east on OR-22 E (Santiam Highway) 37 miles. There is a sign marking the name of the community. These buildings are...

30th Jan 2014

Ghost Towns of Washington

Full list Ghost Towns of Washington state. Please comment below if you know of any missing ones. Ainsworth Alpine Attalia Baird Blewett Bodie Bolster Bordeaux Bossburg Chesaw Disautel Doty Dryad...

30th Jan 2014

Ghost Towns of Nevada

This is a list of all of Nevada’s Ghost Town. If there is any that you know of not on this list, please post about it below! Thank you! Aurora...

30th Jan 2014

Ghost Towns of Idaho

This list of ghost towns of Idaho. If you know of any towns not on this list, please leave a comment below! If you know anything about any of the...

30th Jan 2014

Ghost Towns of California

This is a list of Ghost Towns of California, at least the Northern part of the state that can reasonably be called part of the Pacific Northwest or Cascadia. Alleghany...

29th Jan 2014

Earnest Covered Bridge, Oregon

The Earnest Covered Bridge across the Mohawk River near Marcola, Oregon, is the second bridge to have been at this location. The first one was the Adams Bridge. It was...

25th Jan 2014

Sauvie Island, Oregon

Sauvie Island, Oregon Sauvie Island is a rural area in the Columbia River about twelve miles northwest of Portland Oregon. It’s a close-nit farming community that plays host to tourists...

25th Jan 2014

Sauvie Island Pumpkin Patch, Portland Oregon

Sauvie Island Pumpkin Patch The Sauvie Island Pumpkin Patch has become a tourist destination for residents out of Portland Oregon. For over 45 years the Pumpkin Patch has been a...

18th Jan 2014

Crawfordsville Covered Bridge

The Crawfordsville Covered Bridge is near Crawfordsville Oregon along the “Halsey-Sweet Home Highway,” or Highway 228. It crosses the Calapooia River, a tributary of the Willamette River that is named...

17th Jan 2014

Crawfordsville, Oregon

Crawfordsville, Oregon is a Class H3 ghost town on Highway 228 or the “Halsey-Sweet Home Highway.” Getting to the town is easy, simply take the Brownsville exit from Interstate 5...

17th Jan 2014
Ghost Town of Rachel, Oregon

Ghost Town of Rachel, Oregon

If you know anything about the Ghost Town of Rachel, Oregon, please leave a comment below.