April 4, 2004

Weekend Photo Gallery

I donít know whatís going on in the news right now because I spent all weekend poking around with the cowboys in Oregonís back country. So you get a photo gallery instead.

Hereís where Iíve been.

Mt_Hood.jpg

Mt. Hood, Oregonís premier volcano


Wallowa_Barn.jpg

Mt. Joseph, Wallowa Mountain Range


Joseph_Cafe.jpg

The charming little town of Joseph, Oregon


Imnaha_Canyon.jpg

Imnaha Canyon


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Ghost House, Imnaha Canyon


Wallowa_Farm.jpg

The Wallowa Mountain Range


Wallowa_Forest.jpg

The trail to Mt. Joseph


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Wallowa Lake


Wallowa_Reflection.jpg

Reflection on the Water

All photos copyright Michael J. Totten

Posted by Michael J. Totten at April 4, 2004 7:51 PM
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