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Looks like a great week of eating in Portland - lots of interesting restaurants on the list. #pdxeats #bridgetownbites

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Gresham Butte Saddle Trail, Oregon. Horizontal format, predominantly green foliage, with a wide foot trail on the right side of the frame curving off to the right as it leads into the distance, and an old, low stone wall starting in the lower left corner of the frame in foreground and leading to the middle of the image and middle distance. Scenic and serene. See my original post for much more.
Gresham Butte Saddle Trail 2. Horizontal format, predominantly green foliage, with a wide foot trail on the right side of the frame curving off to the right as it leads into the distance, and an old, low stone wall starting in the lower left corner of the frame in foreground and leading to the middle of the image and middle distance. Scenic and serene. A variety of trees visible. The Gresham Butte Saddle trail, 1.24 miles in length, traverses a wooded area which is the saddle pass between two buttes in the city, Gresham Butte and Gabbert Hill. The trail was formerly an old logging road, and was converted to a trail in 1998. There are offshoots from the trail that lead to the tops of each butte, with a water tower at the top of Gabbert Hill, that trail leading back down the other side of the butte. All trails end up in Gresham neighborhoods. See my other shots of the Gresham Butte Saddle Trail, and many other shots taken around Gresham and its hiking trails. Stock photo.
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