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Matt / Portland, Oregon / Professional Designer / Amatuer Musician / Here's some useless junk:
Beemo Bear

Beemo Bear

Moon dance

Moon dance

Camping at Penrose Point State Park for 4 days! I love the Puget Sound, I love summer in the Pacific Northwest.

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Today’s feature: @jasminebreeze_
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Today’s location: Drive Highway 213 south of Oregon City. After Molalla, but before Silverton, turn east at the sign for Scotts Mills. In the middle of Scotts Mills, turn south on Crooked Finger Road. Drive 9.5 miles until the pavement ends, then drive another 1.4 miles on gravel to an poorly marked gravel road on the right. There’s a sign on a tree here marking this as road CF300, but it’s nearly illegible. Drive 0.1 miles down to an open area, going straight and passing through a gate. Continue downhill, always going straight and downhill at other junctions. The road deteriorates a bit after the second or third junction, but it’s drivable in any family car at low speed. A higher clearance vehicle can make a little better time. The rough gravel road winds downhill through lots of ugly clearcuts, until you reach a locked gate about 2.5 miles from where you turned off Crooked Finger Road. Park on the left at a wide spot in the road. Walk back up the road a short distance (50-100 feet) and you’ll find the unmarked trail heading downhill to Abiqua Falls.
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Join us in exploring Oregon, wherever you are, and tag your finds to #Oregonexplored || Find us on Twitter @oregon_explored || Find us on Facebook - facebook.com/oregonexplored
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#AbiquaFalls #ScottsMillsOregon #MountAngelAbbey #Oregon
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 (at Abiqua Falls)

oregonexplored:

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Today’s feature: @jasminebreeze_
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Today’s location: Drive Highway 213 south of Oregon City. After Molalla, but before Silverton, turn east at the sign for Scotts Mills. In the middle of Scotts Mills, turn south on Crooked Finger Road. Drive 9.5 miles until the pavement ends, then drive another 1.4 miles on gravel to an poorly marked gravel road on the right. There’s a sign on a tree here marking this as road CF300, but it’s nearly illegible. Drive 0.1 miles down to an open area, going straight and passing through a gate. Continue downhill, always going straight and downhill at other junctions. The road deteriorates a bit after the second or third junction, but it’s drivable in any family car at low speed. A higher clearance vehicle can make a little better time. The rough gravel road winds downhill through lots of ugly clearcuts, until you reach a locked gate about 2.5 miles from where you turned off Crooked Finger Road. Park on the left at a wide spot in the road. Walk back up the road a short distance (50-100 feet) and you’ll find the unmarked trail heading downhill to Abiqua Falls.
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Image selected by curator @jeff_bell_photos
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Join us in exploring Oregon, wherever you are, and tag your finds to #Oregonexplored || Find us on Twitter @oregon_explored || Find us on Facebook - facebook.com/oregonexplored
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#AbiquaFalls #ScottsMillsOregon #MountAngelAbbey #Oregon
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(at Abiqua Falls)