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Great Meadow Rest Area - winter perspective
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A large meadow along Highway 140 near Lake of the Woods, Oregon.  Views of Brown Mountain to the west & the pointed snowy tip of Mt. McLoughlin.  This is a popular recreation area for Southern Oregon residents.  A large rest area has restrooms and other access points to the woods.  The large meadow itself remains dry most of the year except during the spring months.

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送信日: 23/01/2012
更新日: 24/05/2012
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