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Need gift tips ?for a traveler? ?Here?s some help

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  • John Gottberg Anderson / For The Bulletin Artees Vannett, manger of Will Leather Goods╠ Eugene boxcar store at the Fifth Street Market Place, displays the company╠s Canvas & Leather Traveler Duffle. Retailing for $395, the sturdy bag comes in a variety of color patterns, including the gray and oxblood of this sample.
  • 12/6/2015
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A town ?in transition

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  • Barb Gonzalez / For The Bulletin Chinatown Gate, dedicated in 1986 and guarded on both sides by imposing bronze lions, stands across North West Third Avenue at Burnside Street. Chinese characters on the north side of the 38-foot-tall monument, built in Taiwan, read 'Four Seas, One Family.'
  • 11/15/2015
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A behind-the-scenes foodie foray in Idaho

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  • Barb Gonzalez / for The Bulletin The Ste. Chapelle Winery was modeled after the Queen?s chapel at the Cathedral de Notre Dame in Paris. Founded in Emmett in 1975, the winery moved just three years later to this landmark building in the Lake Lowell area south of Caldwell.
  • 11/1/2015
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Get the most out of staying close

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  • Barb Gonzalez / For The Bulletin The South and North Sisters bathe in pre-dawn glow as a flock of Canada geese swim across Phalarope Lake in the heart of Black Butte Ranch. The resort covers more than 1,800 acres at the edge of Deschutes National Forest, 8 miles northwest of Sisters.
  • 10/18/2015
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Off the beaten path ?in Puerto ?Vallarta

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  • 10/11/2015
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Shipwrecks of the Oregon Coast

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  • Barb Gonzalez/ For The Bulletin The shell of the Peter Iredale has been mired in the sands of Fort Stevens State Park, west of Astoria, since it ran ashore in 1906. Winds, waves and fog drove the four-masted barque into Clatsop Spit, about 4 miles south of the Columbia River mouth.
  • 9/20/2015
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Exploring Utah?s

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  • Barb Gonzalez / For The Bulletin Rising 65 feet from atop a slickrock bluff, the freestanding Delicate Arch is such a geological icon that it appears on Utah state license plates. Lit by the final rays of sunset, this ancient fin of Entrada sandstone may be seen at a distance from roadside viewing areas.
  • 9/13/2015
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The jewel of Lake Washington

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  • Photos by John Gottberg Anderson / For The Bulletin A private boat floats beside Kirkland City Dock as the sun sets over Lake Washington beside Marina Park. This small city, north of Bellevue, has a downtown that takes full advantage of its location on the 22-mile-long freshwater lake on the east side of Seattle.
  • 9/6/2015
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The world?s a stage ?in Southern Oregon

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  • John Gottberg Anderson / For The Bulletin Medfords Holly Theatre was the first in the Rogue Valley to be designed with sound acoustics and an air-circulation system. Public tours on the first Saturday of each month show off the ongoing restoration work in the theater, which eventually will seat 1,003 people.
  • 8/23/2015
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Two-wheeling through Northern Idaho

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  • Photo by John Gottberg Anderson/for The Bulletin Andrea Barlow rides the North Idaho Centennial Trail past Booths Landing, on the north shore of Coeur d?Alene Lake. A triathlete, Barlow is one of many competitors who make Coeur d?Alene a center for Ironman and other endurance sporting events.
  • 8/16/2015
  • Album ID: 1965043
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