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Day 3, June 3, 2015
(LC equivalent 4/21-5/1/1806)
While LC struggled up the Columbia River until about a mile
north of the confluence with the Walla Walla I had a beautiful drive along the
east end of the Columbia Gorge on WA 14 and then US 730 on the Oregon
side. First stop was the overlook of
the river where Celilo Falls existed before the construction of ...
... at the top for easy removal.
Last to go in will be my iPad that I'll squeeze down in front of my red purse.
Oh, and not to forget Wally Worm. He's my new travel companion who I'll try to include in a few photos along the way. Keep an eye out for him.
I think I'm done!
P.S. As a note, if you want to see any photo enlarged, simply click on the photo to make it bigger. How cool is that?
Spent the morning touring the fields of the family farm. It is the middle of harvest season, so some fields are still full of ripe golden wheat. There are also peas (which they sell to Campbell's for split pea soup!), alfalfa, barley, some orchards, and 82 wind turbines, which produce power for the electrical grids of Seattle and Portland. They ...
Not a very exciting day, 400 mile drive from Kalispell to Dayton, Washington where we will attend the Broughton Family reunion, who are relatives of Charlie's paternal grandmother. Only 2 stops, pizza in Idaho and a rest stop in St. Regis Montana that featured a small casino and a trout ...
... on the Native Americans their tools, baskets, hunting and the importance of salmon along the river. The art collections include sculptures by Rodin and it was quite a museum in a wine growing area. Apparently the 5000 acres that surround the museum were from the owner called Sam Hill, Mary being his daughter, he was a major road builder in Oregon and Washington, and involved in many other profit making adventures. After the museum we made a stop at a great look out ...