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forestry cowl

The forest is a special place. It is a place of shelter, of discovery, and deep mystery. Folk tales warn of the forest’s danger. There is something about the forest that the human can’t control. 508 more words

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High Plains Cowl

Welcome to my first design! (Cue: Excitement, praise, joy and jumping mindlessly everywhere!!)

Guys, I made a thing! All by myself!

This is the High Plains Cowl. 538 more words

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Nature prevails in new campaign from Grey New York celebrating 100th anniversary of America's National Parks.

First, let me say Happy 100th birthday to the National Parks of these great United States. It seems like only yesterday I was hiking through Muir Woods gazing up at the towering redwoods. 303 more words

Pendleton Picnic: A Trip to Oregon’s Oxbow Park

Spring is here, and it’s time for an adventure! You can join us for the Pendleton Picnic event in our retail and outlet stores, starting today, April 27th, and continuing through May 1st. 531 more words

National Park

5 Ways to Celebrate National Park Week

National Park Week is sort of like “opening week” for the U.S. National Parks every year. While most parks are technically open 365 days a year, the main season for most parks is April through September. 567 more words

Usa

Home on the Range: Pendleton Buffalo Blankets

The American Buffalo, or American Plains Bison, is a majestic symbol of the American West. Its story is rife with controversy and tragedy, and its resurgence stands as an important step towards a new beginning.   1,063 more words

Made In The USA

National Park Week 2016 is Coming Up

Each spring the National Park Service and the National Park Foundation declare one week National Park Week to celebrate our national heritage. As part of the celebration,  174 more words

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