Articles by Sean Patrick Hill

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Back in the Saddle on Saddle Mountain

February 12th, 2009

[autoviewer=20,336,448] My buddy and I hadn’t climbed anything in a long time. Saturday, February 7 was going to…

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Winter Days on the Coast, But Not Like Winter

February 4th, 2009

This past January saw a gloomy cold hanging over most of the state. Mostly, that is, except for the Coast, where…

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Art Hopping Through Portland

September 18th, 2008

As summer wound down to its close, the artists were still out in force for the increasingly popular Art Walks…

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Traveling Through Hood River’s Fruit Loop

August 11th, 2008

Our first time to Hood River, my wife and I had absolutely no idea of what lay behind the town, on the way up to Mt.…

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Birding in Oaks Bottom

August 5th, 2008

A group of interested birders, some amateur and some experienced, joined Mike Houck, an Urban Naturalist with the…

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A Perfect Saturday in Eugene

July 21st, 2008

My wife and I, who live in Portland, decided to make a day of Eugeneeasy enough to do, since a lot can be compressed…

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About Author Sean Patrick Hill

Freelance Writer Sean Patrick Hill moved to Oregon in 1995, where his first visions of the state were the Oregon Dunes, Cougar Hot Springs, and the Oregon Country Fair. Needless to say, it was love at first sight. Since then he has traveled the state from coast to desert, from valley to mountains, writing poetry and travel articles for The Oregonian and The Source Weekly. He has picked mountain huckleberries, canned Hood River pears, backpacked through lightening storms, shot the rapids on the McKenzie and Deschutes, toured the hot springs, watched plays at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival and shows at Crystal Ballroom. He has given up hope on ever wanting to move back east, and lives in Portland with his wife, two blueberry bushes, and some lucky bamboo.

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