Cathlapotle Plankhouse

Ridgefield, WA 98642, USA
Cathlapotle Plankhouse, Clark County, WashingtonCathlapotle PlankhouseClark County, WashingtonOn November 5th, 1805, Lewis and Clark first made mention of the Chinook people in their expedition's journals. The following March (3/29/1806),...Cathlapotle Plankhouse, Clark County, WashingtonCathlapotle PlankhouseClark County, WashingtonVery spooky rendition of this one-of-a-kind structure. On November 5th, 1805, Lewis and Clark first made mention of the Chinook people in their...Ridgefield, WashingtonRidgefieldWashingtonI don't know how long they're going to keep letting me walk out onto this property before they start building there. Moreover, I hope what they're...Ridgefield, WashingtonRidgefieldWashingtonRidgefield, Washington is a sweet, little town, but it is growing fast. It has long since established itself as a viable bedroom community for the...Ridgefield, WashingtonRidgefieldWashingtonRed-tailed Hawk I woke up early and arrived at the Ridgefield Wildlife Refuge just as it opened. A few months ago, I would have been treated to a...Ridgefield, WashingtonRidgefieldWashingtonMt. St Helens...not so much.Town Center, Ridgefield, WashingtonTown CenterRidgefield, WashingtonThis beautiful old church in the center of Ridgefield is currently for sale. There must be a story behind that, but I could find noone to tell it.Ridgefield, WashingtonRidgefieldWashingtonI posted a discovery for Ridgefield's "3 Peaks Public House and Taproom" recently. Well, there's a reason they call it that, folks. Here's peak #1:...Ridgefield, WashingtonRidgefieldWashingtonOne advantage to small towns: not much in the way of the view. Found this on my way to the "3 Peaks Public House and Taproom," in Ridgefield,...Ridgefield, WashingtonRidgefieldWashingtonFirst, there is a mountain... I swear to all here and assembled that Mt St Helens is sitting right behind that cloud-bank, probably taking on...41st Avenue, Ridgefield, Washington41st AvenueRidgefield, WashingtonMt. Saint Helens at sunset, three miles south of the Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge.Ridgefield, WashingtonRidgefieldWashingtonThe southern foothills of Mt St Helens, miles away from this fallow field on acreage in the town of Ridgefield.Ridgefield, WashingtonRidgefieldWashingtonYou've got to believe that the barbecues are going to be kind of popular at this place.Ridgefield, WashingtonRidgefieldWashingtonI suppose there are worse places to locate a backyard.Ridgefield, WashingtonRidgefieldWashingtonMt. St Helens from rural Ridgefield, Washington.Ridgefield, WashingtonRidgefieldWashingtonRidgefield, Washington is a sweet, little town, but it is growing fast. It has long since established itself as a viable bedroom community for the...Ridgefield, WashingtonRidgefieldWashingtonPeak #2: Mt St Helens.Ridgefield, WashingtonRidgefieldWashingtonAnd, every once and awhile, you need to remind yourself why you got into the game to begin with.Ridgefield, WashingtonRidgefieldWashingtonRidgefield, Washington is a sweet, little town, but it is growing fast. It has long since established itself as a viable bedroom community for the...Ridgefield, WashingtonRidgefieldWashingtonMt. Adams, free and clear of the clouds...
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