Oregon’s Willamette Valley is bordered by mountains running north to south on its western flank. Much of the valley floor is low-lying floodplain, so that edge is readily visible, more or less forming the western horizon for 120 miles, especially when seen from Highway 99W, the through line of civilization that…
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This story appears in the print issue of Spring 2022.
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