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By Erin Tierney
Editor The Creswell Chronicle 

Boomerang memories


June 13, 2019

Erin Tierney/The Creswell Chronicle

Cylindrical holes carved into the bank at Fall Creek in the Willamette National Forest bustle with tiny lifeforms.

I spent last weekend puttering along at Fisherman's Point in Fall Creek, a spacious campsite made full with friends, crackling firepits and the sound of clinking bottles.

When morning crept in, we crept out of our tent and sought a quiet spot to drop a line and reel one in.

We fumbled our way down the bankside and walked to the water's edge. We plopped down the tackle box and took a look around us. With the water low enough to reveal some of the creek's secrets, suddenly we were surrounded by a natural phenomenon.

Deep, cylindrical depressions carved into the rocky ledge by the forces of...

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