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Difference between revisions of "Springwater Corridor-Butler Creek Greenway Junction"

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This junction is on the Springwater Corridor opposite a bench in a grove of cottonwoods. The Butler Creek Greenway heads up the slopes of Gresham Butte along a natural creek but always within sight of suburbia.
 
This junction is on the Springwater Corridor opposite a bench in a grove of cottonwoods. The Butler Creek Greenway heads up the slopes of Gresham Butte along a natural creek but always within sight of suburbia.
  
=== More Links ===
 
* [http://library.oregonmetro.gov/files/butlercreekgreenway.pdf  Butler Creek Greenway Trail (Metro)]
 
  
 
=== Contributors ===
 
=== Contributors ===
[[User:bobcat|bobcat]] (creator)
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Latest revision as of 01:01, 3 December 2017

The junction is just west of this covered bench on the Springwater Corridor (bobcat)

Description

This junction is on the Springwater Corridor opposite a bench in a grove of cottonwoods. The Butler Creek Greenway heads up the slopes of Gresham Butte along a natural creek but always within sight of suburbia.


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