Monthly Archives: November 2011

The Bad Boys of Astoria

Sea lions take over the docks at Pier 36 in Astoria, OR. We heard them barking and honking from over a quarter of a mile away. Continue reading

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Mill Ends – World’s Smallest Park

Welcome to Mill Ends, officially designated as the world’s smallest park by none other than the Guinness Book of World Records. How small? Less than two feet wide. Yep, you heard right! The circular park is only about 20 inches in diameter, give or take an inch or two. Continue reading

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To Those Who Serve

Perched at the top of a grassy hillock, surrounded by evergreens, is the bronze statue of a young American Soldier. The Inland Northwest Vietnam Veterans Memorial was dedicated on November 10, 1985. It can be found in Spokane’s Riverfront Park. Continue reading

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Timberline Lodge – A Work of Art

Timberline Lodge is a cherished icon of the Pacific NW. Located on the southern slope of Mount Hood, this bustling ski lodge attracts more than two million visitors annually. Continue reading

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Jazzy Bagels

The folks at Jazzy Bagels in downtown Gresham, OR, have been making fresh bagels since 1999. Continue reading

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