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Scenic pictures - panorama
Rome Cliffs of Jordan Valley
©0223 Pillars of Rome pt1
Scenic pictures - panorama
Rome Cliffs of Jordan Valley
©0224 Pillars of Rome pt2
Scenic pictures - panorama
Rome Cliffs of Jordan Valley
©0225 Pillars of Rome pt3
Balsam flowers, entrance to canyon leading to Owyhee Dam Scotts Dam at pink Sunset, Wild Owyhee River Eastern Oregon purple flower; Western Prairie Clover
Eastern Oregon Pictures
©0227 Going to Owyhee Dam
Eastern Oregon Pictures
©0229 Owyhee at Scotts Dam
Eastern Oregon Pictures
©0231 Western Prairie Clover
Geese on Owyhee Reservoir Succor Creek State Park by Jordan Valley; Malheur County Colonade Rock. near Rome, Oregon, Pillars of Rome
Owyhee Canyon Photographs
©0222Goslings on Owyhee Reservoir
Owyhee Canyon Photographs
©0219 Succor Creek State Park
Cliffs of Jordan Valley
©0221 Pillar of Rome
typical boulders of Wild Owyhee area Aspens at Deer Flat National Wildlife Reserve on Lake Powell wild Owyhee River
Owyhee Canyon Photographs
©0228 Wild Owyhee Canyon
Scenic pictures
©0218 Deer Flat Wildlife Preserve
Owyhee Canyon Photographs
©0230 Wild Owyhee River
Cow Creek cowboys in Owyhee Uplands Salmon River with Owyhee Mts in distance For more images of the unique Owyhee region, visit:
     
"Rivers of Oregon"
©0232 Cow Creek Cowboys ©0226 Salmon River,  Idaho
Leslie Gulch and BLM cabin
Owyhee Canyon Photographs
©0220 BLM Cabin at Leslie Gulch

This Gallery is... The name Owyhee is an outdated spelling of the word "Hawaii". In 1818, Hawaiian natives, brought to the Oregon Country by fur-trading ships, were lost in the Snake River Valley...trying to become fur hunters. They set traps as far north as "Salmon River, Idaho" down to "Scotts Dam", Oregon in the"Wild Owyhee Canyon" on the "Wild Owyhee River".
          Today, boaters motor Idaho's "Deer Flat Wildlife Preserve", and Oregon cowboys (father and son) herd cows to "Cow Creek". Even the "Goslings on the Owyhee Reservoir" live a quiet, safe life.  Flowers enchant your drive "Going to Owyhee Dam"; "Western Prairie Clover" dapples the landscape.
          Quick, grab the camera for more Owyhee Canyon photographs when you first see the tall, majestic "Pillars of Rome"  an occasional lizard at "Succor Creek" or a surprise cabin in the midst of "Leslie Gulch" ...all of which serve to give you confidence that none of the ill fates of the past will become YOUR fortune.

 

from "Finding Oregon's Best" Gallery 17...


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