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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

11th Mar 2010

Fort Yamhill, Polk County, Oregon

Fort Yamhill, Polk County, Oregon Fort Yamhill sits in Polk County, just a few miles east of Spirit Mountain Casino, and an easy day trip from Portland. It gets it’s...

21st Feb 2010

Drift Creek Covered Bridge

Drift Creek Covered Bridge This is the rebuilt Drift Creek Covered Bridge just outside of the Lincoln City. The original one fell down in 1997. The owners of the property...

21st Feb 2010

Pike Place Public Market

Pike Place Public Market Pike Place Public Market is probably the second best known tourist landmark in the City of Seattle. Located almost on the waterfront, and elevated a significant...

08th Feb 2010

Mt Hood in the clouds

Mt Hood in the clouds Just driving along a road I’ve not traveled in years. When to my delight Mt Hood peeked out between the trees, covered with clouds and...

04th Feb 2010

Beach Photos

Beach Photos

06th Jan 2010

History of Orenco Oregon

Name: Orenco Class: H2 GPS: 45.529812, -122.912293 Directions: Incredibly easy to get too. From Hillsboro head east along Cornell Road to Orenco Station. Take a right on to NW 231st...

06th Jan 2010

Farmington (Bridgeport) farming Ghost Town

Name: Farmington (Bridgeport) Class: H2 GPS: 45.449086, -122.947071 Directions: From Beaverton Oregon, drive West along Farmington Road/Highway 10. The town was just under 8 miles, before Farmington crosses the Tualatin...

29th Dec 2009

Reminder of Summer

Reminder of Summer Just a picture to remind me of warmer days coming soon.

28th Dec 2009

Christmas Made in Oregon Sign

Christmas Made in Oregon Sign It sounds as is the University of Oregon has backed down from changing Portland’s landmark “Made in Oregon” sign. Here it is with it’s holiday...

10th Dec 2009

Kinton, Oregon

Name: Kinton Class: C2 GPS: 45.423365, -122.877821 Directions: In Portland, take the Scholls Ferry exit off of I-217. Head west for 5.3 miles. The Kinton School house will be on...

10th Dec 2009

Mt. Hood at Sunset

Mt. Hood at Sunset I was loosing the light quickly so took a few shots and prayed that one would work out. My camera doesn’t do night shots very well...

19th Nov 2009

Art Cars

Art Cars Part of Portland’s “Keep Portland Weird” slogan seems to be the “Art Car.” These are normal, every day vehicles that have been modified, painted, glued, glittered, and weighed...