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I spent several days in North-central Oregon in late May. Taking a break from hiking, I spent one sunny day doing a loop drive through Maupin and Fossil.
While I was doing a short hike near the Deschutes River, I spotted a mule deer doe and fawn. The fawns are always a delight this time of the year.
The 75-foot White River waterfall is always a treat to see. And, the Clarno Unit of the John Day Fossil Beds National Monument was a highlight.
Driving north of Fossil and heading back to The Dalles, the rock formations were amazing.
What a grand part of the world!