Wigwam Burner

These are a mixture of photos of an old wigwam burner near Florence, Oregon, lumber mill pullies, and burned out sections of Willamette Mill in Sweet Home, Oregon. When I was growing up, these wigwam burners were everywhere. When I moved to my current town, there was one a couple of miles from my house. As time goes on, they are being removed as they are no longer in use. They were a source of pollution and poor air quality. Now the materials that used to be burned them is being repurposed into other products. To me these will always be an emblem of my home state.

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Harris Covered Bridge

Art Prints

Harris Covered Bridge is located in Benton County, Oregon, west of Corvallis on Highway 20. It’s registered as having been built in the 30s, but locals say it was actually built in 1929. Indeed, that is what is on the plaque.

Situated on a quiet country road, Harris Covered Bridge is used to this day. It’s a one lane Howe truss bridge, 75 feet in length, spanning Mary’s River.