Sauvie Island


Leigh and I recently spent a warm, summer day at Sauvie Island. It’s a magical place to say the least. The island is situated in the crook where the Multnomah Channel, the Columbia and the Willamette River diverge along the Oregon/Washington border. Sauvie, originally named Wapato, is best known for its sandy beaches, kayaking, cycling routes, wildlife refuge areas, and the ever-popular “you pick” berry and pumpkin farms. Highly recommended if you’re ever in the Pacific Northwest during warmer weather. (A few additional photos from my first visit in 2012.)

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