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Portland - NW & SW

19. October

After chatting till late last night we do not get up very early. But once we get up – the rest of the morning is of the highest quality. 415 more words

The Mountain in the Clouds

During my visit to Portland, I had to visit one of my favorite parks with panoramic views of the landscape surrounding the city. At Council Crest Park you can view 4 different mountains on a clear day. 29 more words

Photography

PCT Hike - Day 17 - The Last Day

Up and at em! It is just dawn and though I didn’t get much shut eye, I feel rested, and excited to get a move on. 882 more words

Backpacking

Full-on Summer on Mount Hood's Lost Lake

Pretty sure I already wrote an end-of-summer-on-Mount-Hood post, but that was before we went to Lost Lake a few weeks later. It’s been a few weeks since that trip even, but let me tell you, from crawdads and newts to sunlit hikes, stand-up paddle boards, kayaks and fishing, summer was alive and well on Lost Lake well into September.

Mount Hood

Researchers claim volcanoes can become active in short time

Researchers at a pair of Western US universities report they have uncovered a key factor in predicting volcanic eruptions.

Geologists from the University of California-Davis and Oregon State University have found that in order for a volcanic eruption to occur, molten rock under the volcano must be sufficiently mobile. 422 more words

History

Smokey Sunset and Good Friends

Marvelous combination for an almost autumn day !  An opportunity was given me to meet an online friend from Australia and I ran with the chance.   552 more words

Photography

Mt. Hood, Timberline Lodge

It’s been many years since Trisha and I first visited Mt. Hood so we decided to make it part of our itinerary on our return from Crater Lake and Ashland.  48 more words

Travel