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Wildflowers carpet the hillside on parts of Kamiak Butte. This is looking south from Kamiak Butte over the Palouse.
Wildflowers carpet the hillside on parts of Kamiak Butte. This is looking south from Kamiak Butte over the Palouse.
From: Kamiak Butte Pine Ridge Trail, WA

Bell shaped white flowers of Hookers Fairybells (Latin name: Disporum Hookeri) blooming in late May near the trailhead of Saddle Mountain.
Bell shaped white flowers of Hookers Fairybells (Latin name: Disporum Hookeri) blooming in late May near the trailhead of Saddle Mountain.
From: Saddle Mountain, OR

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Alaska2 002
From: Alaska June 2007 (unedited and a real mess)

Mt. Hood is partially eclipsed by the foothills to the southeast. The trees across this slough of the Columbia are on Reed Island.
Mt. Hood is partially eclipsed by the foothills to the southeast. The trees across this slough of the Columbia are on Reed Island.
From: Steigerwald, Lake, WA



From: Mt. Adams HighLine loop 2004


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One Day like Today...
2005
Snoqualmie Falls generators begin producing electricity on July 31, 1899.

On July 31, 1899, 11-year-old Dorothy Baker throws the switch that starts the generators housed in the rock beneath Snoqualmie Falls. Electricity begins flowing to Seattle, the first long-distance transmission of hydroelectric power in the Northwest.


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