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Summer in the Pacific Northwest

The Columbia River flows past Astoria, Ore., under the bridge connecting Oregon and Washington. A dredging project will allow ocean-going ships to carry fuller loads up the Columbia to the Port of Portland, linking maritime traffic to the key railroad center for the Pacific Northwest. (Associated Press)
The Columbia River flows past Astoria, Ore., under the bridge connecting Oregon and Washington. A dredging project will allow ocean-going ships to carry fuller loads up the Columbia to the Port of Portland, linking maritime traffic to the key railroad center for the Pacific Northwest. (Associated Press)

As we look forward to cozy sweaters and apple cider, take a few minutes to enjoy these summer images of earth, wind, water and fire from the Seattle side of Washington state.

(S-R archives photo: The Columbia River flows past Astoria, Ore., under the bridge connecting Oregon and Washington. )




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