Jul 12, 2013
Painted Hills Unit of John Day Fossil Beds offers new Red Hill experience
Much to my surprise, I found something new to visit this spring at the Painted Hills Unit of the John Day Fossil Beds National Monument , between Prineville and Mitchell in west-central Oregon.
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Exploring John Day Fossil Beds National Monument
Enhydrocyon was the largest and most predatory dog of its time. More like a cat than its living dog relatives, its powerful snout and blade-like teeth suggest its diet was almost entirely meat.
Bike ride in Eastern Oregon visits Painted Hills, John Day River, back side of cows
Pedaling and puffing up a sun-splashed canyon at about 6 miles per hour, I could see the cattle trotting down an off-road path on my left.
Fishing line throws ATV rider in Oregon
LONG CREEK, Ore. -- The Grant County sheriff says a man was knocked from his ATV this week by a fishing line that was strung across a forest road northeast of Long Creek.