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Located in Stayton, Oregon, USA, also featuring other nearby towns in the Willamette Valley.

I had never noticed this before a handful of nights ago, but now that I have it has me wondering — why are there two fire hydrants a few feet apart from each other on the corner of 3rd Ave. and Fern Ridge Rd.? They sit on the corner of …

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I discovered this gorgeous elusive creature roaming a field across the street from Dairy Queen on Cascade Highway. As you can see, it is the quite rare unicorn cow. Some may call it a unicow, but that is incorrect — while there is one (uni) cow, in this case, we …

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Last night was the final night of the rodeo in nearby Sublimity (see also: opening night and day 2. They had a nice tribute to veterans at the start, and then a bunch of rodeo-oriented things, so here are more photos. I didn’t stay as late as the previous night, …

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I attended the second night of the Stampede (see also: opening night, where a lot of horse-oriented things happened. People in cowboy hats rode horses, fell off of horses (or, like in the photo above, they flew), sat on horses, roped other animals while on horses (the people, not the …

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Last night was the kickoff of the 2014 Santiam Canyon Stampede in nearby Sublimity. I attended the opening night festivities and took a few photos of the atendees, the silent auction tables, and random other things that struck my fancy. Click on the images below to see them larger. Big …

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Guest photographer Maryann Nielson caught this little guy or gal on a flower at Deepwood Estate in nearby Salem. I’m not sure if it’s a bee or a bee mimic, but either way, it’s a cutie. Thanks, Maryann!

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Here’s another photo from my little drive around the outskirts of nearby Sublimity. I posted a photo of an irrigation wheel line a few days ago, and today’s photo shows another form of field watering. I believe the technical term is “big ol’ sprinkler.” I’m pretty sure I took this …

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I have absolutely no idea what this is. It’s farm equipment of some sort, and both sides obviously can be dropped down flat. It also has mean-looking teeth or claws. Maybe it’s a bird of some sort, and those side things are wings. That must be it — it’s a …

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I spotted this irrigation wheel line on the edge Sublimity a couple of days ago. The wheels look like something off of an old wagon. The photo was shot on NE Berry St.

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I went for a bit of a drive around the outskirts of nearby Sublimity yesterday and took some pictures of fields, farms, and random farm equipment. You might notice a trend. Or you might not. I can’t say for certain. Today’s photo includes two of those things! A farm! And …

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I took this photo of this very cool building, which resides on Main St. in nearby Sublimity, last week when I was next door at the First Tuesday event. This building and its setting are just beautiful. I’ve never been inside, though I would like to do that someday. Sorry …

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Today we have a joint effort between me (the photo above) and guest photographer John Brandt (the photos below). There is construction going on at the Jordan Bridge, a covered bridge at Pioneer Park. They’re fixing something or other (I’m so good with details) to make it not fall down …

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I’ve posted a photo of this barn once before (shot from the other side), but I like it, so here it is again. It lives in a field between Stayton and Sublimity. Hey, do you follow Stayton Daily Photo on Facebook? I do! Of course, it would be rather odd …

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After all the parades and fireworks of the last several days, I figured I’d go with a simple rose for today. I spotted it growing along the edge of a yard on 7th Ave.

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And, finally, we have the last bunch of photos from the 4th of July parade here in Stayton (see also: part 1 and part 2, and the photos from the fireworks show). Holy fudge pops I posted a lot of parade photos. And I have more I could have posted, …

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Time for part 2 of the massive number of photos from the Independence Day parade on Saturday (see also: part 1 and the fireworks show). I have decided to split this up into three parts, since I have over 100 images I want to post total. It’s not my fault …

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I have impulse control issues. I took a ton of photos during the 4th of July parade here in Stayton on Friday, and try as I might, I can’t seem to cull them down to a reasonable number to post. As usual. That’s kind of my thing. So I’m splitting …

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Today we have the photos I took of the town fireworks show. As usual, I tried to pair down the number of photos to upload. As usual, I ended up with a lot more of them than I intended. So click on the thumbnails below to see them larger. I …

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Today is the United States’ birthday, so we’ll celebrate by lighting fireworks, watching parades, having barbeques, etc. I figured a US flag seemed appropriate for the day, so I got this shot at Lone Oak Cemetery on 3rd Ave. a few days ago. IMPORTANT INFO FOR LOCAL PEEPS PLANNING ON …

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Since I was in nearby Sublimity a couple of days ago for First Tuesday, I stopped to get a new photo of the beautiful St. Boniface Church, a Catholic church build in the late 1800′s. I hadn’t taken a decent photo of it since they had to remove a very …

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Last night was this year’s initial First Tuesday at Church Park in nearby Sublimity. Singer Tony Graham performed and there were booths set up selling a variety of wares. It was rather hot, which probably kept attendance down, but I saw some familiar faces and enjoyed a bit of the …

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I noticed a bunch of purple bows downtown yesterday to advertise the Relay For Life event at Regis Field on Regis St. on July 11th. Check StaytonEvents.com under ‘July 11th’ for more information, and support a very worthy cause.

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Today we have the final stop the garden tour (see also: The Brown House, 7th Ave., Ida St., Heritage Loop, W. Kathy St., Burnett St. – Yard One, and Burnett St. – Yard Two) put on by the Santiam Heritage Foundation to raise money for the restoration of the Charles …

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Today we have the last official yard on the garden tour (see also: The Brown House, 7th Ave., Ida St., Heritage Loop, W. Kathy St., and Burnett St. – Yard One) put on by the Santiam Heritage Foundation to raise money for the restoration of the Charles & Martha Brown …

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Yep, another yard from the garden tour (see also: The Brown House, 7th Ave., Ida St., Heritage Loop, and W. Kathy St.) put on by the Santiam Heritage Foundation to raise money for the restoration of the Charles & Martha Brown House on 1st Ave. This was a cute yard …

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Today we have another stop on the garden tour (see also: The Brown House, 7th Ave., Ida St., and Heritage Loop) put on by the Santiam Heritage Foundation to raise money for the restoration of the Charles & Martha Brown House on 1st Ave. This yard sits up a hill …

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We have another yard today from the garden tour (see also: The Brown House, 7th Ave., and Ida St.) put on by the Santiam Heritage Foundation to raise money for the restoration of the Charles & Martha Brown House on 1st Ave. This yard is very well maintained, with a …

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We have another yard from the garden tour (see also: The Brown House and 7th Ave.) put on by the Santiam Heritage Foundation to raise money for the restoration of the Charles & Martha Brown House on 1st Ave. This one on Ida St. is a secluded yard set back …

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Today, we have another garden from the garden tour (see also: The Brown House) put on by the Santiam Heritage Foundation to raise money for the restoration of the Charles & Martha Brown House on 1st Ave. This garden on 7th Ave., which happens to belong to frequent guest photographer …

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Yesterday was the annual garden tour put on by the Santiam Heritage Foundation to raise money for the restoration of the Charles & Martha Brown House on 1st Ave. So it was fitting that the tour started at the Brown House. You’ll find the various photos I took there, so …

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