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ngreener Waves crashing in the distance. 4d

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ngreener One of my favorite spots in NE Portland. 5d

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ccfogarty I think this must be where the expression "the crack of dawn" came from.
Looking northeast toward Mt. Adams.
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ashleymacquarrie #tbt to the top of #SouthSister two (?!) years ago. Already getting restless without any travel plans this summer. Another backpacking trip is definitely in order. #adventureplease #wanderlust 2w

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ccfogarty Breathtaking. These sunsets make me want to race to the ends of the earth in an effort to make the moment last, and last. Ultimately, that perfect moment is lost. 2w

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kaitmc Day 22 of #30daysofawesome - I woke up next to a beautiful river nestled deep in the redwoods, then made my way up the California coast before cutting over to this Oregon Gem, which I'd never seen despite growing up 3 hours away: Crater Lake. It's the deepest lake in the US! Somehow after gazing at it's awesome beauty, I managed to drive to my hometown, swing by my grandmas house and tell her how awesome she is, and get back to the Oregon coast before midnight. It's amazing what one can accomplish with a handful of Dramamine, 20 discs of the Game of Thrones audio book, and 10 hours of free time. #igoregon #craterlake #30daysofhiking 2w

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ccfogarty My kind of town. Portland is.

#goodmorningflashmob
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ccfogarty Saturday in the park. It wasn't quite the 4th of July. Actually, the Peninsula Park Rose Garden was established in 1909, making it Portland's first public rose garden. It contains 5700 rose bushes with 75 varieties represented. The park is a wonderful piece of Portland history. 2w

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ccfogarty It was wonderful to see one of my own shots on the #captureparklandia display at the Portland Art Museum's exhibit of "Art of the Louvre and the Tuileries Gardens". I love the way that the exhibit involves the local community and asks each of us to consider how we all interact with our own local parks. Masterful! 2w
  •   murawski27 @ccfogarty thanks for being involved! And great photos (always)! 2w
  •   ccfogarty @sheri__lynne Mine is the bridge in the upper left. 2w
  •   sheswrite Whooooooo hooooooo! Congrats! It is a great shot! 2w
  •   sheri__lynne @ccfogarty Great shot! It was awesome seeing our photos in the museum and being part of such a great exhibit/campaign! 2w
  •   ccfogarty Indeed! @sheri__lynne I have really enjoyed the way that the museum has brought the local community into the whole experience. Just as the Tuileries Gardens has evolved over time, so do the parks of Portland. They both tell the story of their local communities... What a wonderful way to make the museum accessible and relevant to everyone! I hope that people can see that. 2w
  •   ccfogarty Thank you! @sheswrite 2w
  •   sheri__lynne @ccfogarty That's why I jumped at the chance to lend my support, and I hope they do, too. Some do, at least! If you ever get to an Instameet or something, let me know. Would love to chat more! 2w
  •   ccfogarty I was at the WWIM in May. I was able to do the Salmonberry Canyon hike on May 31. I am hoping to make the Instameet on July 14. Look forward to meeting you! 2w

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