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Sauvie Island is a large island in the Columbia River, about 20 miles downstream from Portland, Oregon. The island is about half farmland, and half wetlands that comprise a protected wildlife area. There are numerous places to get out an explore.
The Willamette Valley is the heart of western Oregon. This fertile valley between the coast range and the Cascades is home to most of the states population, and many points of interest.
Mount Rainier is about 80 miles SE of Seattle, in the southern Washington Cascades. The mountain is enclosed in Mount Rainer National Park.
Located in the belly of Central America, Costa Rica is a land of diverse beauty. From tropical beaches, steaming jungles, lush cloud forests, agricultural lands and towns of all sizes, Costa Rica has something to offer everyone.
The wild and beautiful southern Oregon Coast stretches from Coos Bay to the border of California.
The primeval forests and jagged glaciated peaks of the North Cascades extend from central Washington State to the border of Canada.
The jagged peaks and ancient forests of Washington's Olympic Peninsula.
The Wind River Mountains of west-central Wyoming harbor some of the most dramatic and wild landscapes in the lower 48 US states.
The volcanic mountains from central Washington to the border of Oregon
From the Eastern foothills of the Oregon Cascades to the high desert.
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The southwest interior of Washington State is populated with wild rivers, thick forests, and volcanoes.
Northern California is a land of remote forests and mountains, wild rivers, and dramatic coastline.
The Columbia River flows from the inland northwest to the Pacific Ocean. Along the way it cuts a deep gorge through the Cascade Mountains. A number of waterfalls tumble into the river as it passes through the deepest part of the gorge. You may want to avoid visiting some of the more popular areas on weekends...
The volcanic mountains and forested highlands that form the spine of Oregon.
Beautiful British Columbia stretches from the Pacific Ocean to the Canadian Rockies.
The Palouse is a region located in southeastern Washington state, extending into parts of Idaho. The largest towns are Pullman, WA and Moscow, ID. The rolling hills extend north beyond Tekoa, WA, and south to the Snake River.
The Palouse looks quite different as the seasons progress. In late...
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The mountains between the Willamette valley and the Pacific Ocean.
Flowers of all shapes and sizes.