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Claystone Mounds, Painted Cove Trail, Painted Hills, Mitchell, OR
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The famous Painted Hills Unit is part of the John Day Fossil Beds in Eastern Oregon, just 10 miles outside the town of Mitchell. A portion of the Painted Cove trail is boardwalk, accessible to those in wheelchairs, and offers a close up view of the red and gold claystone hills. The trail continues beyond the boardwalk, looping back to the trailhead. After these shots we scouted for a while and drove back in the dark, Common Nighthawks darting across our car’s headlight beams snatching insects in flight.
Copyright: Bill Edwards
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Taken: 25/06/2013
Uploaded: 03/07/2013
Updated: 03/07/2014
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Tags: oregon; mitchell; sunset; painted hills unit; john day fossil beds; national monument; claystone; park; painted cove trail
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