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    • Patti Hilt

      Emerald Gorge, Columbia River Gorge, Oregon Another place to put on the bucket list.

    • Barb Moyer

      Oneonta Gorge, Columbia River Gorge, Oregon (I can check this one off the bucket list!)

    • JoAnn Thrax

      Columbia River Gorge, Oneonta Canyon, Oregon. I love this place!

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