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... stay. Surprisingly, I saw Brother Dude and CopperTone here. Last time I saw them was about 1500 miles ago. I love how this trail does this. Most of us decided to camp here, including Wallaby, Pops, Hitch Bait, Sherlock, Coppertone, Brother Dude, and PopTart. Speaking of PopTart, I was surprised to see her here. She supposedly hiked 40 miles yesterday. If that was the case, she should have been way ahead. I guess she ended up drinking a 40 instead and decided to kick it ...
... today. The dam represents a major improvement in river navigation and flood control while providing a huge amount of renewable electrical energy. I also stopped at the Columbia River Interpretive Center in Stephenson. A small museum with a great collection of old logging and steam powered equipment. They have a large Corliss steam engine from around 1890. A large Corliss Engine was the ...
... m now 75 years old… close to 12 ft long… and well over 500 lbs…
Since Spring of 2012… Jim & Connie and Mike & Jil show up… and they lower the water in my pond and put on chest waders and climb in with me… It’s so nice of them… they actually scrub off the algae and other scum that’s built up on the 2” thick window, and then polish it with a polisher so that I ...
... diminished my photo composition creativity.
Our reservation at the Timberline was for a 7:00 seating. We amused ourselves with two extra stops. Duane encouraged us to photograph the Bridge of the Gods which is 135 feet above the Columbia. We won’t complain but the sun made it almost impossible to capture a respectable picture.
Entertaining us along the Cascade ...
... over. Wicked. And the view was wicked too.
The old Gorge road to Portland snakes below the cliff. We had to run that road. It was like being in a Subaru commercial, good thing we were in a Subaru and Paul was driving.
Our travels have circled down and up and all along the Colombia Gorge. We have seen all but 12 miles of the Gorge. It seems as immense as the Grand Canyon, I guess that we will have ...