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This was my experience with the wind in the Columbia River Gorge.
24 Nov 2007
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These are the attractions int he Columbia River Gorge in Oregon
30 Nov 2007
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August 2, 2008 Oversized Sturgeon on Oregon's/Washington's Columbia river
8 Jan 2009
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Travel east of Portland to the Columbia River Gorge. Along the historic highway find numerous waterfalls.
15 Aug 2009
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*******megablab**** Columbia River in Vancouver Washington & Portland Oregon. Near I-5 bridge. Distributed by Tubemogul.
11 Feb 2010
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20 Sep 2017
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An exciting fishing action that you too can experience. Not only giant sturgeons, but also salmon, trout and many other fish are waiting for you in this anglers' paradise. Visit our website www.lerevehouseadventure**** and pick your own fishing adventure in British Columbia - Canada. Or contact us at infolerevehouseadventure****
28 May 2009
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Probably the Columbia River
5 Jul 2007
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*******www.grantputnamoutdoors**** Grant Putnam, Americas Outdoor Journal Astoria, Oregon Sturgeon Fishing. Boating on the Columbia River. Mention this video for $20 off 2009 fishing and hunting trips
7 Sep 2009
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2 Dec 2010
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The Cascade Locks Casino is the result of a historic agreement between Governor Ted Kulongoski and the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs. In exchange for not locating the casino on environmentally sensitive lands near Hood River, the State of Oregon agreed to allow the tribe to build a resort and casino on a vacant industrial site in the City of Cascade Locks. The agreement provides a number of benefits for Oregon families and will help turn around the lives of thousands of Oregonians. *******www.bridgeofthegods****/
4 Mar 2008
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If you want to go where only a handful of people have ever rafted, this is the trip for you. The Klinaklini was descended for the first time in 1997 with Men’s Journal Magazine and writer Steve Jermanok covering the event. Other magazines such as SELF, Harper’s and even Marie Claire have all followed suit. Since then, Brian and company have led all the other trips down the corridor.
28 Mar 2008
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