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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

01st Dec 2014
Pacific Railroad Surveys

The Pacific Railroad Surveys of 1855

Back to Part 3 – Peter Skene Ogden The Pacific Railroad sent out a series of exploration of the American West to find routes for the Transcontinental Railroad. These explorations...

30th Nov 2014
Bear Flat, Oregon

Bear Flat, Oregon

Name: Bear Flat Class: A6 GPS: 43.1054133, -121.3808492 Directions: From Klamath Falls, Oregon drive north on Highway 97 44.8 miles. Turn right on to Silver Lake Road. At 34 miles...

30th Nov 2014
Corona New Mexico

Corona New Mexico, ghost town

Post has been moved to my new blog!! : Visit Corona on the Ghost Town Map

30th Nov 2014

Ghost town of Govan Washington

Name: Govan Class: B2 GPS: 47.738784, -118.822732 Directions: From Wilbur, Washington, head east on Highway US-2 for 6.6 miles. Take a left on Bodeau Rd, at the intersection, take a...

Northport Washington, slowly fading town

Name: Northport Class: D4 GPS:48.915956, -117.784274 Directions: From Kettle Falls Washington, head north on US-395 N/WA-20 for 32.4 miles. Most of the older buildings are off the main street. Take...

28th Nov 2014
Holden Village, a chuch’s Ghost Town

Holden Village, a chuch’s Ghost Town

Name: Holden Class: F1 GPS:48.199389, -120.774043 Directions: See below Description: Holden was named for James Henry Holden who discovered ore deposits here in 1896. The area is so remote though...

26th Nov 2014
Astoria Megler Ferry

Astoria-Megler Ferry Pictures and History

The Astoria-Megler Ferry ran near the mouth of the Columbia River between the towns of (now non-existent) McGowan Washington, and Astoria Oregon. It ran from 1921 until the opening of...

03rd Nov 2014
Ghost town of Butteville Oregon

Ghost town of Butteville Oregon (Butes, La Butte, Buteville, St. Alexcie)

Name: Butteville (Butes, La Butte, Buteville) Class: E4 GPS: 45.261984, -122.841268 Directions: From I-5 south take the first exit after Willsonville (Boonesville) towards Champoeg. Butteville is about three miles before...

07th Oct 2014
Canemah, Oregon

Canemah, Oregon (Falls City) – Willamette River Ghost Town

Name: Canemah, Oregon Class: G4 GPS: 45.347178, -122.622699 Directions: From Oregon City head south on 99E. Canemah is now a neighborhood of Oregon City directly on the Willamette River. Description:...

02nd Oct 2014

Vancouver Washington Downtown Art

Downtown Vancouver, Washington has quite a bit of public art. Much of it is around the historic Esther Short Park. Taken during Kumoricon weekend, (the costumes) this is the Farmer’s...

02nd Oct 2014
Oregon's only Frank Lloyd Wright house

Oregon’s only Frank Lloyd Wright house

Also known as the Gordon House, it’s based in Silverton, Oregon and shares land with the Oregon Gardens. This specific house was designed for working class consumers. It was designed...

19th Sep 2014

Harris, Oregon – Ghost Town, Covered Bridge, Winery (Elam)

Name: Harris (Elam) Class: E2 GPS: 44.5781755, -123.4601035 Directions: From Philomath head west on Highway 20. At about four miles, the town of “Wren” is on the right side. Take...