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Grass Widow

Grass widow (Olsynium douglasii) is one of the earliest-blooming springtime flowers. A member of the Iris Family, grass widow is a tufted perennial arising from a short rootstock. 294 more words

Wildflowers

Wonders of Wonders, a Naked Broomrape

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Columbia River Gorge Hikes

Late Winter Wildflowers North of the 45th Parallel

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Memaloose Hills on a Stormy Winter's Day

The Memaloose Hills are west of the Rowena Plateau, accessible from the Memaloose Overlook parking area.

In early spring the area is famous for its colorful wildflowers. 110 more words

Columbia River Gorge Hikes

Memaloose Hills in Mid-January

The Memaloose Hills are west of the Rowena Plateau, accessible from the Memaloose Overlook parking area.

In early spring the area is famous for its colorful wildflowers. 109 more words

Columbia River Gorge Hikes

Grass widow

This morning I said goodbye to Jesper. He is going up north with his dad for 10 days to hike in Sarek, the national park. Me joining was completely out of the question, I have to work, and I also don’t have the right physique for it. 279 more words

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