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Running on Greasy Spoon Road–A Real Treat!
The other morning I took my dogs, Jenna and Takoda on a sunny morning run on Greasy Spoon Road in Birkenfeld Oregon, an old set of logging roads that winds its way eventually to Astoria, a big coastal town of … Continue reading
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“Weather or not”…does Fishhawk Lake Give You the Seasons You’re Looking For?
Gayle Rich-Boxman, Broker with Vernonia Realty (503)755-2905 http://www.lakehomesatfishhawk.com Many clients come from other states and ask about the weather patterns here because they are looking for milder temperatures, less heat or more seasons when exploring places to buy a 2nd … Continue reading
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Questions about Fishhawk Lake vs. other Lakes in Oregon
By Gayle Rich-Boxman Broker, Vernonia Realty (503)755-2905 I have new clients who ask me questions about Fishhawk Lake versus other lakes in Oregon and Washington. They are searching for a place to go that’s not too far from Portland, Vancouver or the Portland airport, … Continue reading