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Bathtub Spring

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

Bathtub Spring, Tracy Hill (bobcat)


Bathtub Spring itself lies behind a thicket of vegetation above the old cattle pond, now mostly silted in, at 1500 feet on Tracy Hill. The spring is about the size and shape of an old galvanized tub.

Grass widows bloom profusely on this slope in early spring, and views extend east to Stacker Butte, Sevenmile Hill, and Crane's Point.



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