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Jelske and Paul at the Overlook, Painted Hills, Mitchell, OR
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It’s Monday June 24 and it’s raining steadily. Paul and Jelske pause at the overlook to view the famous Painted Hills which are stunning even in the wet. They were visiting from Holland, making a 4 week trip to see America and one of the locations they chose was this. Despite the rain they were cheerful and agreed to be photographed.
Copyright: Bill edwards
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Uploaded: 03/07/2013
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Tags: oregon; mitchell; rain; painted hills unit; john day fossil beds; national monument; claystone; park; overlook; jelske; paul
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