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    50 Things to Do in 50 States: @mrs. french * loves to spend an afternoon strolling through 40 acres of dahlias at the flower's annual festival at Swan Island Dahlias in Canby, Oregon.

  • Lauren Namba

    Photo: Courtesy of Country Living - dahlias at the flower's annual festival at Swan Island Dahlias in Canby

  • Caryn Brooks

    Swan Island Dahlias Annual Festival in Canby Oregon - Annual Dahlia Festival 2012 August 25th, 26th, 27th & September 1st, 2nd, & 3rd Saturday, Sunday, & Monday (both weekends) Indoor Display Hours 10 am to 6 pm, Field Hours 8am to 6pm - This looks pretty awesome. I'm new to Dahlia's. Maybe I'll start growing them.

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  • Louisa 💋 Rux

    I love living in Oregon!

  • JeanMari Thompson

    Danyell Beck does this not look like heaven on earth

  • Cassandra M.

    I have passed by this so many times along the coast, but have not a clue how to actually reach that rock (and will not chance it by taking a dive in, either)! Absolutely breathtaking view ... one that reminds me of why I live in Oregon!