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A Last True Get-Away: Southeast Oregon

Posted on August 04 2008

It’s not postcard beauty, notes Bob Welch, but the incredible richness of southeast Oregon derives from its very remoteness and landscape subtleties. “In two fly-fishing trips on the Donner und Blitzen River, we never saw another line in the water beyond ours. As for ‘locals,’ if you ignore antelope – we saw dozens – and deduct the, uh, population hubs of Hines and Burns – 60 miles north of Frenchglen – you have 2,885 people spread over a county that’s larger than eight U.S. states. That’s about 3.6 square miles for each person.” In the Oregon Register-Guard.
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