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Coulees, hills, ridges and thousands of small creeks are very typical of the vast wild land between Ellensburg, Washington and the mighty Columbia River to the East. This view is facing east from the base of Whiskey Dick Mountain.
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Coulees, hills, ridges and thousands of small creeks are very typical of the vast wild land between Ellensburg, Washington and the mighty Columbia River to the East. This view is facing east from the base of Whiskey Dick Mountain.