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The Astoria bridge was building 1966. It's has the longest truss span in the USA, 1,232 feet and is believed to be the longest continuous 3-span truss series bridge in the world. On a good day when you cross over the bridge from Washington to Oregon, up river you may be able to see Mt. St. Helens.Astoria is a big city and reminds you of yesteryear. It has the feel of some of the old time ...
... for the expedition, and York, the black slave of William Clark- very democratic.
Another interesting story was that the Indians traded dogs to the expedition for the men to eat. Meriwether Lewis had a huge, black Newfoundland dog named Seaman who was his pride and joy and the Indians couldn't understand why they didn't eat him.
The whole expedition took 2 years and remarkably, they only lost one man. That was at ...
... shade of green imaginable .
Driving in the morning with the dew sparkling off everything and the sun just rising.
Pictures every turn in the road. Old farm houses, ancient barns.
Mountains, hills, and water. Green grass. Flowers, of every shade.
Small towns and smaller post offices.
... in 1805. There is a Lewis and Clark Interpretative Center in the park which provides detailed explanations of the famed Corps of Discovery's journey to the Pacific, focusing especially on their stay in this region.
4) Leadbetter Point State Park Natural Area is situated at the northern most tip of the peninsula and is a ...
... outside sunning a reading a bit. The book is “The Rez”. It gives you a good history about the Oglala Sioux on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota. A great read and very informative. The author has a real knack for verbiage and can be quite entertaining in the process.
I got a few shots of the area, Lisa and Lynnie and the sunset last night. I’ll include them in this issue. Thanks for tagging along with us.