Help map county's distinctive aromas

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The sense of smell is strongly tied to memories of the places where we live or visit. It could be the wafting odor of roses or pine trees, or something less pleasant -- car exhaust or paper mill fumes. But either way, Clark County is home to a wide variety of olfactory offerings.

The Columbian wants to bring our readers a map of the county in smell-o-vision, and we're hoping you can help. If you have specific suggestions for our Scents of Clark County feature, please email them to Sue Vorenberg at sue.vorenberg@columbian.com.