Friday, July 24, 2009

Mount Hood

Mount Hood a Volcanic Arc of northern Oregon. Multnomah Tribe called it Wy’east. Hot and dry days raised the fire risk. It is now prohibited for public cutting firewood. Even for those who have permit except for those industrial activities. Campfires are still allowed, forest officials informed campers to make the fire small and should be not left unattended. Campers held responsible for the cost if campfires escapes.

I was amazed by the photo and how beautiful for camping with family and friends. When was the last you had camping?

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