Images from the last couple of days in OR and WA.


We have been visiting mountains and waterfalls. Below are some of our images for you to enjoy and comment on if you desire.

Mt. Hood, in Oregon.

Mt. Hood, in Oregon.

Mt. Hood in Oregon, up close, late afternoon.

Mt. Hood in Oregon, up close, late afternoon.

Vista House along U. S. Highway 30 in Oregon, overlooks the gorge.

Vista House along U. S. Highway 30 in Oregon, overlooks the gorge.

Columbia River gorge from Vista House in Oregon.

Columbia River gorge from Vista House in Oregon.

Horsetail Falls, along U. S. Highway 30 in Oregon.

Horsetail Falls, along U. S. Highway 30 in Oregon.

Mutnomah Falls, one of the tallest in Oregon. People on the walk bridge.

Mutnomah Falls, one of the tallest in Oregon. People on the walk bridge.

Mt. Rainier in Washington.

Mt. Rainier in Washington.

Mt. Rainier in Washington, late afternoon, view from the south.

Mt. Rainier in Washington, late afternoon, view from the south.

Clear Creek Falls early AM.

Clear Creek Falls early AM.

 

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6 Responses to Images from the last couple of days in OR and WA.

  1. Dottie Short says:

    Larry & Marilyn,
    It was so nice to see you yesterday at Rocky Mt NP. I stopped by a McDonald’s so I could catch up on your images. Very nice!! We are going to have to return to Oregon and do the entire coast. When I get home I’m going to write down all the places that you feature on your blog so we can visit there too. We will probably be home by the 14th. See you down the road.
    Dottie and Ken

  2. Sharon Hackley says:

    How beautiful!!! Don’t hurry home–it is miserable here. There’s very little you can do outside here and be comfortable. Sharon

  3. Dee Robinson says:

    Hopefully, you and Marilyn have avoided “sensory overload” from all the beauty you have seen and photographed. We have all enjoyed your trip vicariously!

    Dee

  4. Kent Graves says:

    You have done a good job of entertaining us land locked midwesterners in some of the worse heat we’ve experienced in years. Better stay out there a little longer – you won’t enjoy it much if you come back now!

  5. I love those waterfall pictures, Larry. Bravo! Stuart

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