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Depending on how your draw your lines, cascadia may or may not include the following:

washington:  11,272
oregon: 6,970
california: 19,124
idaho: 1,356
montana: 3,634

The number is the number of people that came by in the last 30 days.

 
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This might be stating the obvious, but that's a LOT more traffic than many folks' websites. Making this forum a worthwhile place to post events, help wanted, etc.
 
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Black Elks words gave me ___visions about the future of Cascadia.
not all  that [glow=red,2,300]Rosey[/glow]. * insert- just got the willies shake here.
 
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...and yet all those place are not listed in the forum title    I'd like to see that changed.
Big cities are emphasized, and not regions or simply states - loose the Portland distinction and place all of Oregon in!

Spoken from a small voice from southern Oregon
 
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countryraven wrote:
Black Elks words gave me ___visions about the future of Cascadia.
not all  that [glow=red,2,300]Rosey[/glow]. * insert- just got the willies shake here.



What words do you speak of?  I'm always piqued to hear (what sounds like) prophetic stuff about Cascadia.
 
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WELL, he was speaking of times of famine
which we are seeing now in places

but he may have predicted the Mt Saint Helen's eruption
it didn't sound like good times comin.

I took a look around for more info on the topic
as it was from memory... not something i read recently
but that didn't turn up anything as of yet...

if i come across it....... i'll be sure to post it.
 
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Thanks much!  I didn't know it wasn't recent, but that doesn't change my interest any.  I had just figured it might've been something you'd read or watched in the last couple of months.  I'll do some googling and share what I can come up with too.
 
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ok  cool...  not to dredge up pessimism purse'

  the picture he painted stuck with me is all

  and funny thing i'm looking to retire there
anyways...possibly...  nice bennies living there
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