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Colorful barrels filled with red wine, stacked and aging to perfection.

All was quiet today as we gazed at this potentially active volcano. Rising just over 14,000 feet, Mount Shasta is the second highest peak in the Cascade Range of western North America.

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According to the Oregon Encyclopedia, Oregon produces about 800 million pears annually, almost 300 pears per person.  This one dangled above the city sidewalk along my walking route.

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The Passion Flower is a standout among a backdrop of green.

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A day hike along the Pacific Crest Trail crossed a meadow of wildflowers and past a weathered trail marker, eventually leading to Little Hyatt Lake reservoir.

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The endless motion of gentle waves continually washes stones ashore at Lake of the Woods, creating a peaceful spot to enjoy a summer day.

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Fog begins to creep back to shore along the Pacific coast of Morro Bay.

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Today’s woodland walk in Jacksonville revealed a glimpse of Southern Oregon’s rare flower, Genter’s Fritillaria.

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