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Dargan Lanscape architects141 viewshttp://www.dargan.com/home.html
Dargan Landscape Architects has specialized in the fine art of landscape design since 1973.
Hugh Dargan, ASLA and Mary Palmer Dargan, ASLA have been in practice designing gardens for over 30 years and oversee all projects.
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Illinois Yard Transformation90 viewsBob Hursthouse
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Illinois Yard Transformation86 viewsLanscape Design by hursthouse
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Illinois Yard Transformation108 viewsLanscape Design by hursthouse
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Lanscape Design by hursthouse99 views
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Lanscape Design by hursthouse89 views
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Pool & Landscape design by hursthouse100 views
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Christmas at Biltmore159 viewsThe Biltmore Gardens
No serious gardener should fail to visit the beautiful gardens at Biltmore Estate, which begin displaying their gorgeous blooms in April and continue to exhibit an ever changing display of nature's beauty until the leaves fall in October. These wondrous gardens are the legacy of Fredrick Law Olmsted, described in the March 2005 edition of National Geographic Magazine as maker of our nation's first great urban parks and founding father of landscape architecture in America.
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From Cape Meares, itís a few short miles down Meares Loop Rd. to a wild little clandestine beach called Short Beach. Look for Radar Rd., just a tiny bit north of MP 4.109 viewsThree capes, a couple of tiny towns, a collection of hidden spots, one lighthouse and some one-of-a-kind natural oddities: these are the wonders in abundance along this 25-mile stretch of Oregon coast. Itís here where 101 veers away from the beaches, and the coast road is instead this winding, twisting journey through thick, lush forests interrupted by the occasional explosion of stunning ocean vistas, all the while just a little ways away from a bundle of beaches that are guaranteed jaw-droppers.
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The Thrills of Oregon Coast's Three Capes Loop122 viewsTillamook, or Killamook, Indians inhabited a large area between Nehalem and the Salmon River and from the crest of the Coast Range to the Pacific Ocean, with their main village near the mouth of the Kilchis River. "Tillamook" translates as "Land of Many Waters." The earliest Tillamook inhabitants in the Netarts area also settled around 1400 (according to archeological work of Newman, 1959). Netarts originally extended from Cape Lookout to Cape Meares. In the language of the local Killamooks "Ne ta at",
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inside the lighthouse, really this is inside the light itself120 viewsCape Meares Lighthouse
Location: 10 miles west of Tillamook and the Pacific Coast Scenic Byway.
Noteworthy: Cape Meares Lighthouse can be viewed from the Cape Meares State Scenic Viewpoint. It stands 217 feet above ocean; and its 38-foot tower makes it the shortest on the Oregon coast.
Hiking: Trailheads from the main parking are to the lighthouse and viewpoints overlooking offshore islets inhabited by sea lions and nesting seabirds.
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Oregon - Seattle Coast Hwy 101117 viewsThe neighboring cities of North Bend and Coos Bay are the coast's largest urban communities, with museums, shopping, theaters and an active cultural calendar. From either town, take a side trip west on the Cape Arago Hwy. that leads to Charleston, Shore Acres State Park And Historical Gardens and Cape Arago before rejoining Hwy. 101. Next is Bandon, a coastal center with art galleries, theaters and shopping. Nearby, walk through the West Coast Game Park Safari, or enjoy antique shops in Langlois.
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