Monthly Archives: August 2010

Gallon House Bridge

Shortly after it was built, the Gallon House Bridge served as a local landmark for bootleggers who sold whiskey by the gallon out of a farmhouse nearby. Continue reading

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America’s Favorite Pastime

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America’s Favorite Pastime II

A vintage base ball match was played between arch rivals, the Vancouver Occidentals and the 1st Oregon Volunteers. Continue reading

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Director Park in Downtown Portland

Simon & Helen Director Park is sleek and modern with sharp, clean lines. It’s an urban space in the heart of downtown Portland that still manages to be inviting. Continue reading

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A Bite of Oregon

Thousands of people attended the 2010 Bite of Oregon food festival held in Tom McCall Waterfront Park in Portland, OR. Continue reading

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The Jetty at Tidewater Cove

The views along the Columbia River are terrific, especially from the end of the Jetty at Tidewater Cove. Continue reading

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Salt in our Blood

Four fishermen lost their lives when the Nesika capsized just outside the Yaquina Bay bar. Continue reading

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