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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

27th Dec 2014

Lincoln City Dog Friendly Hotels

As it’s such a popular tourist destination for Oregonians and tourists with dogs, there are a large number of Pet Friendly Hotels in Lincoln City. Many have specific rules though,...

27th Dec 2014

Dog Friendly Restaurants in Lincoln City

Dog Friendly Restaurants in Lincoln City Lincoln City in general is relatively dog friendly, and has a large number of accommodation options for those with pets. But there are only...

27th Dec 2014
Cherryville Oregon

Cherryville Oregon

Name: Cherryville Class: Unknown GPS: 45.3670643, -122.1550842 Directions: From Sandy, Oregon, drive East on Highway 26 for six miles. East Cherryville Drive is on the left. The Post Office was...

27th Dec 2014
Ghost Town of Tampico Oregon

Ghost Town of Tampico Oregon

Lewis McArthur doesn’t even list this town in Oregon Geographic Names! The coordinates for the Post Office have it just North West of Camp Adair. If you know anything about...

17th Dec 2014

Virginia City, Nevada – Tourist Ghost Town and National Historic Landmark

Name: Virginia City Class: E1 GPS: 39.313473, -119.648993 Directions: From Reno Nevada, head south on Highway 395.Take 341 East (it’s labeled Virginia City,) for 14 miles. 341 goes through the...

17th Dec 2014

Portland’s Mountains

Taken from the top floor of the Red Lion Inn near Lloyd Center in Portland. They were taken through the windows of the hotel. From North to South Mt. St....

01st Dec 2014
Office Covered Bridge

Office Covered Bridge (Westfir)

The Office Covered Bridge is probably one of the most unique covered bridges around due to it’s attached walkway. It’s also Oregon’s longest covered bridge at 180 feet. The bridge...

01st Dec 2014
Rosette Utah

Rosette, Utah

Post has been moved to my new Ghost Town Blog: Rosette Utah

01st Dec 2014
Park Valley, Utah

Park Valley Utah

Post has been moved to my new site, Ghost Town Map Park Valley Utah

01st Dec 2014
Collier Logging Museum

Collier Logging Museum at Collier Memorial State Park

I have probably passed the Collier Logging Museum at Collier Memorial State Park well over a hundred times in my life without ever stopping there. It was during a trip...

01st Dec 2014
John C. Fremont Cabin

Explorers and Pioneers in Southern Oregon

Back to Part One – Collier Logging Museum They managed to move several cabins from around the area to preserve them. According to their website, they have (or are in...

01st Dec 2014
Peter Skene Ogden History Sign

Peter Skene Ogden and the Williamson River

Back to Part 2 – Explorers and Pioneers in Southern Oregon Peter Skene Ogden was likely the first white man to enter this part of Oregon. As a Chief Trader...