Siouxon Creek playground

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Hagbard Celine
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Siouxon Creek playground

Post by Hagbard Celine » August 27th, 2013, 4:23 pm

Been to Siouxon Creek a few times with my partner and kid so this time we decided to leave the kid at home and take some adult(ish) friends instead.

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Good thing water levels were low or we may have had to stop and swim in every pool!

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Don't know what these next two are called or even if they have names but with the water so low they are great fun to get to and explore right now.

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Chinook Falls at dusk

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First night hike for any of us is a success!

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It's perfect out there right now for exploring and playing but of course that won't last much longer so plan to get out there soon if more then the trail interests you.
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Re: Siouxon Creek playground

Post by Eric Peterson » August 27th, 2013, 6:54 pm

Group shot of the year me thinks!

Nice TR :)

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Re: Siouxon Creek playground

Post by donaleen » August 29th, 2013, 8:03 am

Nice photos!

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Re: Siouxon Creek playground

Post by Rustygoat » August 29th, 2013, 2:09 pm

Definitely the place to be on a hot day. 8-) I made my first trip up there earlier this year and I thought why have I never been here before? Answer...I wasn't looking at Portland Hikers for trip ideas, in the past. :roll: Thanks for sharing your trip and pictures. :)
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