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Nelson Mountain Covered Bridge
Built 1928
Lane County, Oregon
"still in use"
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Old house side yard
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Kentucky dry laid rock fence -- 1800s.
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Sign the petition to defeat the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade deal.
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Credit: knowth.com The following YouTube video was produced by tubelookjohn. His beautiful music captures the sense of spirit and mystery of our Winter Soltice.
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Henry's Tavern has an unusual spot to dine attached to its usual inside dining. Its in an alleyway. Henry's is located in the Pearl District of Portland, Oregon -- a hipster type of environment.  As you can see in the...
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On a corner lot in a major downtown area, you will find a fenced in area that is presently home to the many homeless in Portland, Oregon. I found this spot in my wandering of Portland recently. The homeless tenants appear to ...
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Abandoned rural garage. Lane County, Oregon. 
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An Old Barn Door, Oregon
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