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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 Feb 2015

Peter Iredale at Fort Stevens

Peter Iredale at Fort Stevens At the Oregon Coast. A sunny day. Behold, what do we see. The poor remains of the gallant Peter Iredale. A better, closer look. You...

10th Feb 2015

Scavenger Hunt for Seattle, Washington

Are you bringing visitors from out of town who are looking to explore Seattle? Do you have a weekend looking for something to fill it up and have hit all...

10th Feb 2015

Cannon Beach Pet Friendly Lodging

Cannon Beach Pet Friendly Lodging Cannon Beach is among the Oregon Coast’s most visited towns. It occupies one of the most gorgeous portions of shoreline along the Pacific Ocean and...

Socialist Colony of Glennis Washington

Name: Glennis Class: A5 GPS: Unknown Directions: Two different resources have different locations for this one. Trying Home by Justin Wadland says that it’s location was twenty seven miles outside...

26th Jan 2015
1906 Olympia Brewery Building

Tumwater Falls and Historical Park

Tumwater Falls Tumwater Falls in Olympia Washington is an extremely underrated stop along I-5. Most people know of the old Olympia Brewing Companies’ empty brewery building that sits forlorn along...

Hornitos California

Name: Hornitos Class: D1 GPS: 37.502634, -120.238241 Directions: From Modesto California, head south on Highway 99. At 7.8 miles take Exit 218 and turn left on Keyes Road. Follow for...

08th Jan 2015

Bend Oregon Off-leash Dog Parks

Bend Oregon Off-leash Dog Parks While Bend City Code states that dogs must be on tethered leashes, the city has seven off-leash parks for our furry four legged friends to...

03rd Jan 2015

The Destroyed Hufford Covered Bridge near Foster Oregon

Linn County built the Hufford Covered Bridge in 1938 using the Howe Truss design that was developed by the State of Oregon and given to the counties for free. The...

03rd Jan 2015

Foster Covered Bridge, gone, but not forgotten

The Foster Covered Bridge crossed the South Santiam River on the north side of Foster, Oregon. It crossed the river on the road to Quartzville. The original bridge was built...

03rd Jan 2015
Simnasho, Oregon

Simnasho, Oregon

Name: Simnasho Class: GPS: 44.9713493,-121.3504175 Directions: On the Warm Springs Reservation Description: Please comment below if you know anything about this town Bibliography;

03rd Jan 2015
Sharksville, Oregon

Sharksville, Oregon, or a place to stay dry

Name: Sharksville, Oregon Class: A8 GPS: 46.179546, -123.906167 (approximate) Directions: Located at what is now Astoria’s docks near Pier 3. Description: Sharksville was named after the USS Shark, one of...

27th Dec 2014
Hufford Covered Bridge

Unknown Covered Bridges

These two covered bridges both came from a collection of slides I purchased that were mostly taken in Oregon. They are unlabeled, even with year. Any help in identifying them...