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Find your flavor on the Oregon coast

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  • John Gottberg Anderson / For The Bulletin ABOVE: Cars gather on the shore of Cape Kiwanda beside the Pacific Pub & Brewery, whose beachside cuisine has a decidedly gourmet appeal. TOP: From left to right, lobster and hazelnut ravioli is one of many creative Mediterranean dishes served as ?du jour? specials at Newman?s at 988 in Cannon Beach. At Ona, seared albacore tuna, on a bed of brown rice, spinach and shiitake mushrooms, is prepared and served by owner-chef Michelle Korgan. Hamachi sashimi with mango gelée is one of many fresh and creative dishes served at Restaurant Beck in Depoe Bay?s Whale Cove Inn. Fresh grilled halibut with local vegetables makes a delicious dinner at Redfish, a fine-dining oasis beside Battle Rock Park in Port Orford.
  • 8/9/2015
  • Album ID: 1963011

The Northwest?s ?Victorian seaport

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  • Barb Gonzalez / For The Bulletin The elegant main thoroughfare of downtown Port Townsend, Water Street, is lined for six blocks with buildings mostly dating from the 1880s. This view looks north from the beautifully restored James and Hasting Building, constructed in 1889.
  • 8/2/2015
  • Album ID: 1961075

John Day?s Chinese Heritage

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  • Kam Wah Chung State Historic Site preserves the John Day store and medical clinic where two immigrant Chinese men lived and worked from 1888 into the 1940s. The name of the building means ?The Golden Flower of Prosperity.?
  • 7/12/2015
  • Album ID: 1955174

A whitewater adventure

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  • Barb Gonzalez / For The Bulletin River guide Britt Thiessen, left rear, of Jerome, Idaho, steers a full contingent of paddlers through the Pistol Creek Rapids on the Middle Fork. Front left and right are Adam Hergenrother, of Burlington, Vermont, and Nick Waldner, of Baltimore.
  • 7/5/2015
  • Album ID: 1953189

Going ?Goonie?? in Astoria

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  • Photos by John Gottberg Anderson / For The Bulletin The so-called Goonies house, a private home built in 1896 and enhanced by Warner Bros. in 1984, sits at the end of a gravel driveway. Owner Sandi Preston said on summer days, she counts about 1,000 visitors who stand outside to gawk and take photographs.
  • 6/21/2015
  • Album ID: 1948993

Blues, Brews and Barbecue

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  • Barb Gonzalez / For The Bulletin Operational from 1934 to 2006, the historic Cape Arago Lighthouse sits on a desolate island connected to the mainland by a narrow causeway. On the nearby rocks of Simpson Reef, a variety of marine mammals, including sea lions, harbor seals and elephant seals, are often seen.
  • 6/7/2015
  • Album ID: 1944414

100 years of the Crater Lake Lodge

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  • Barb Gonzalez / For The Bulletin Resting on the rim of a giant volcanic caldera, the Crater Lake Lodge provides a stunning view of its namesake lake. It is the main structure of the historic Rim Village district, which also includes additional structures from the 1920s and early 1930s.
  • 5/31/2015
  • Album ID: 1941913

Glorious gardens

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  • Barb Gonzalez / For The Bulletin A couple stroll across an ornate bridge in Chinatowns Garden of the Awakening Orchid, as Lan Su Yuan is known in English. Designed and built by artisans from Suzhou, China, the garden gives Portland an inner-city oasis of beauty and serenity.
  • 5/10/2015
  • Album ID: 1934489

Gem of the North Cascades

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  • John Gottberg Anderson / For The Bulletin The town of Chelan, with a population of around 4,000, nestles around the south end of Lake Chelan ó a 55-mile-long, glacially carved lake in Washingtons North Cascades. A center for outdoor recreation and wine tasting, it is 350 miles north from Bend via U.S. Highway 97.
  • 5/3/2015
  • Album ID: 1931934

Game on in Gig Harbor

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  • Barb Gonzalez / For The Bulletin Masts of sailboats and fishing vessels are overshadowed by Mount Rainier, which rises more than 14,000 feet east of Gig Harbor. Settled in the 1860s, Gig Harbor is a town of 8,000 with a historical main street that wraps around a sheltered keyhole harbor.
  • 4/26/2015
  • Album ID: 1929278
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