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Lower entrance gate, looking out, Oregon Cave
Mountain Chief Mine gate, Snake River end of tunnel. The mine is closed to the public for safety reasons and for the protection of Townsend's big-eared bats, that roost in the mine.
Bat gate, Santiam Mine No.1
Sunset from Cape Foul Weather.
Ben Jones Bridge over Rocky Creek.
Condos, Cape Kiawanda, Pacific City
Neahkahnie Mountain, Hwy. 101
Jarrell Cove Marina from Jarrell Cove State Park
Mountain Chief Mine portal and ore dump, Imnaha River. Valuable ore was stacked on the trail leading to the mine portal, never to be removed and processed. The rusty red rock is the ore.
Mountain Chief Mine. In 1903 extensive mineral exploration took place near the mouth of the Imnaha River. No ore was processed due to the tragic loss of milling equipment into the Snake River.
Dark Hole bat gate, Wind Cave
Inn at Otter Crest at sunset from Cape Foul Weather
Sandstone Cliff, Cape Kiwanda
Mount St. Helens from Mount Margaret, August, 1987. The dust cloud is caused by wind picking up loose ash from the crater and carrying it down wind.
Boat dock, Jarrell Cove State Park
Mountain Chief Mine portal, above the Snake River. The tunnel passes about 800 feet through the ridge to the Imnaha River.
Eureka mill and town site at mouth of the Imnaha River.
Brown pelicans, Devil's Punchbowl State Park
Surfers, Devil's Punchbowl State Park
Inn at Otter Crest
Sand dune and cliff, Cape Kiwanda State Park
Mount St. Helens, 1979, from the south
Jarrell Cove State Park
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