The Forestry Building in Portland, Oregon, erected for the 1905 Lewis and Clark Centennial American Pacific Exposition and Oriental Fair. Destroyed by fire in (I remember it distinctly. To my child's eye, it was like a cathedral.
Paul Trendler climbs Rampage in the Marsupials at Smith Rock State Park, Oregon.
Years before Multnomah Falls was part of a public park, a homesteader built a log bridge over the cascading water.
Abiqua Falls (Mill Creek Rd, Scotts Mills, OR The beautiful Abiqua Falls is located in a natural basalt amphitheater at the end of a lovely hike that's less than one mile long (though it requires a bit of scrambling over logs and uneven ground).
Penny Postcard: Mount Hood and Portland, Oregon, ca.1940. Penny Postcard, ca.1940. Caption on front reads: "Mt. Hood, from Portland, Oregon". Caption on back reads: "Portland, Oreogn. 'The Rose City'. Mt. Hood (Altitude 11,225) in background. Population 500,000." Published by Angelus Commercial Studio, Portland, Oregon.
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Molalla River has new BLM operating plan this season, including camping only in campgrounds
The Molalla River supplies clean drinking water for the cities of Canby and Molalla and provides habitat for threatened fish. Years of heavy dispersed camping led to damage in riverside areas that can impact water quality and wildlife habitat.