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New on 500px : Walk In The Forest by Christina_Angquico

Lower Panther Creek Falls in the blazing sun. We all know about not blowing the highlights but rules are meant to be broken , right? 6 more words

Real Estate And Mortgage

Mt. Adams Wilderness

  • Level: Difficult
  • Length: 11.4 miles
  • Elevation: 1,500 ft. gain
  • Type: out and back
  • Open: mid-July to mid-October
  • Permit: Northwest Forest Pass
  • Drive time from Portland:
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Siouxon Creek

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A photo posted by Jenny Bruso (@jennybruso) on Oct 13, 2015 at 5:31pm PDT

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  • Level: Easy to Siouxon Falls (Beginner Level:
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New on 500px : Magnetic Draw by gregityrx1

Best viewed on black.
This waterfall has drawn me like a magnet ever since I saw a shot by Tula Top two years ago. In the last two years I have probably been here 10 times. 193 more words

Real Estate And Mortgage

Honoring America’s First Forester on His 150th Birthday

The following is an op-ed piece by FHS staff historian James G. Lewis that appeared in the Asheville Citizen-Times on August 9, 2015, in honor of Gifford Pinchot’s 150th birthday on August 11.  642 more words

U.S. Forest Service

7/31/1865: Austin Cary, the Father of Southern Forestry, Born

Austin Cary, one of the great unsung heroes of American forestry, was born this date in 1865 in East Machias, Maine. A Yankee through and through, he found professional success in the South, eventually becoming known as the “Father of Southern Forestry.” In 1961, twenty-five years after Cary’s passing, his biographer Roy R. 1,085 more words

U.S. Forest Service

training hike: green river and goat mountain near mt. st. helens

I picked up Matt at the Tacoma Dome transit station on 7 pm on Friday night and we boogied down Highway 7, avoiding the crush of southbound I-5 traffic, through Randall and up FR 25, miles and miles and miles, to the… 1,147 more words