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Mt. Hood NF: Ramona Falls

How should we dedicate public spaces? That’s the hardest question for all society, which also reveals the priorities they each have. The first nations, at least in North America, treated all land as sacred and belongs to earth. Many folk religions also remind their believers to keep sea and mountain unpolluted to prevent angering the […]

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Portland, OR: Abiqua Falls

Fundamentally, I’m against private ownership of natural landmarks. That philosophy goes against my more “normal” notion that capitalism/private ownership is necessary, and reinforce my irked on how does any society dictate what is a landmark that is worthy to be preserved? For example, should deserts be indiscriminate sold by the state? Will a nation be […]

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Portland, OR: Alameda Ridge Stairs

The city of Portland and the state of Oregon is still mostly under locked down even as the country and the world begins to open up. Both the national park and national forest services have coordinated with the western states, and remained close to the public. To many, that is less than ideal and has […]