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Take a hike through the firs and madrones of 240-acre Grand Forest, or rent a ride from one of the two nearby bike shops and spend the day spinning country lanes to places like Fort Ward Park, home to a secret World War II naval base.
On sunny days, the blue sky, green canopy and the red, peeling bark of Pacific madrones all swirl together, making an especially colorful hike.
Its handle, whether madrone or oak, has a satiny finish and a weight that is reassuring rather than burdensome.
Deciduous trees include Oregon white oak, California black oak, bigleaf maple, Pacific madrone, and golden chinkapin.
With every sweep of his deft hands, impressionistic creations rise from such basic natural mediums as redwood, cedar and madrone trees or shale, basalt and even the simplest river rock.
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