Search of Ancient Oregon by Ellen Morris Bishop
“ Once upon a time, when dinosaurs roamed Montana and pterosaurs ruled
the skies, there was no Oregon. In those days, more than 100 million
years ago, Pacific waves broke on Idaho shores. McCall, 50 miles
east of the border with Oregon, would have been a seaport, and Boise
a costal town. The Pacific Northwest was yet to be born. The oldest
rocks of Oregon lay far offshore, gathering as coral fringed islands
in a shallow tropical sea.”
A fabulous book filled with beautiful full color pictures and
288 pages $39.95
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|Join us for a weekend with the author Ellen Morris Bishop
on Columbia Gorge Geology on April 30 and May 1, 2005. Tour
the Gorge from Hood River traveling east one day and west the
next. Transportation and food included for $95 per day. For
more information contact reservations@OakStreetHotel.com.
Award winning photographer Peter Marbach and writer
join together to show the glorious beauty of the Hood
River Valley in
all four seasons.
80 pages $21.95
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Did you know Wasco County was the largest county in the Pacific
Northwest stretching all of the way to Montana? Learn about
this and more.
122 pages $29.95
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