A drive through the Old Columbia Gorge Highway (Route 30) Oregon

Yesterday, we traveled through the Old Columbia Gorge Highway (Old Route 30) and I took some photos.  Hope you enjoy them.

This is Vista Point House.

Looking east down the gorge.  That is the Columbia River.  Washington state is on the  other side of the river.

Looking north-west toward Portland and Washington.

Top of Multnomah Falls.

Horsetails Falls

I’ve gathered a list of challenges and their hosts.  So if you know a challenge host, please direct them to my blog.  Feel free to contact me anytime.  I hope everyone will be able to use my lists.

Qi (energy) hugs

Cee

 

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  1. I love th at drive along the river. I feel at home when the Columbia River coming back from Washington state. One of I flower book FLOWER OF the Columbia River Gorge. I might look at for your yellow. It looks like it might belong to the mustard familh.Our to the Seattle area we usually West of Pendleton and head for Tri-Cites. My first to take the road we came down old Cabbage Hill. It still a hair raising drive. Is Whitebird Hill where the long trailers movie was film. Been on the that hill before it was fixed. Brings back memories. Thanks for sharing.
    Betty

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  2. Your photos remind of my visit to Portland some years ago when my friend/hostess there took me on a day excursion to see the places seen in your photos.

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    1. Flower farms are pretty well done by then. There may be some good ones left at the dahlia farm here in Canby. The fields won’t be any good, but some individual ones should be pretty good. There are a couple of bigger nurseries that may still have mums and other later flowers. Let me know more as the time approaches and I can maybe help you find places to go. Pumpkins and gourds should be real easy to get and decorative corn and cabbage. We have so many different varieties of pumpkins and gourds you could go crazy.

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