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Wright's Point is a long, thin tableland topped with lava that sticks out into the wide valley of Harney Basin, south of Burns in central Oregon. It used to be a streambed before lava flows filled it up. When the surrounding land eroded away, the lava protected it and now it stands high. Where I stood, the top is only about 100 feet wide but it's several miles long.

This is from the trip to Seattle back in July.
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Sep 08 2010 03:04 GMT fhelsing PRO
That's beautiful! I wish that I could have joined you on that section of the trip.

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