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The Haunting Final Images From Two Photographers on Mt. St. Helens

Most of you know the story itself. You were there to witness the massive May 18th, 1980 eruption of Mt. St. Helens in southwestern...

Ride the Newly Reopened Astoria Trolley For Some Historic Fun

The Astoria Trolley is set to run for its first full season since the pandemic began. Trolley Cars harken back to a bygone era before...

Celebrate Oregon State Parks 100th Birthday This Year

Happy Cenntenial Birthday! As of April 2022, the Oregon State Parks system has officially been in place for 100 years, and it all started with...

Explore Oregon’s Amazing and Ancient Fort Rock Cave With Us

A few months ago we brought you an article all about the geological wonder of Fort Rock and the incredible surrounding high desert area...

Fort Rock, Oregon: Your Adventure Guide to This Geological Wonder

Fort Rock, Oregon is one of those things you actually have to see to believe. Photos do it no justice. Add to that the...

The Widest Covered Bridge In Oregon Is A Great Spot To...

In the Cascade mountains not far from Eugene sits the widest covered bridge in Oregon, which is the perfect spot to stop on your...

Haunting Photos of Abandoned Oregon Houses That Have Been Lost to...

Perhaps I find beauty in decay. Maybe I'm fascinated by history. Even more so, perhaps I'm just compelled to document what's disappearing from our...

Marie Dorion: The Most Badass Woman in Oregon History

Modern schoolkids can probably name two famous Native American women: Sacajawea and Pocahontas. With good reason. Both were amazing females who more than deserve...

There’s a Little Piece of Oregon In This Photo From the...

The only real backstory you need is this: From 1964-1966, NASA trained Apollo astronauts on the rocky surfaces of lava-flow abundant near Bend, Oregon. Through...

Portland Was Once Home to the Largest Amusement Park in the...

Largest, and according to many sources, MOST AWESOME. It was part carnival, part water park, and existed on 128 acres of Hayden Island land...
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