Monthly Archives: June 2010

Everything Old Made New Again

Check out the 5th Annual Recycled Art Festival in downtown Vancouver, WA, where everything old is made new again. Continue reading

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Salmon Run Bell Tower

Church bells, clock towers, chimes of any kind. If I’m out and about, walking, there’s nothing like the ringing of a bell to stop me dead in my tracks. I just can’t help but look around for the source of … Continue reading

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The Falls at Shepperd’s Dell

Shepperd’s Dell was used as a natural cathedral by the Shepperd family during the late 1800’s and early 1900’s. Continue reading

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Welcome to The Grotto

The heart of the shrine is Our Lady’s Grotto, a rock cave carved into the base of a 110 foot basalt cliff. Continue reading

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Where the Blue Camas Grows

Thousands of acres of blue camas once bloomed in the Pacific NW. Continue reading

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