Well, it’s been heck of a month for weather in the Columbia River Gorge. You probably saw last week’s snow in the news and at your own doorstep. 199 more words
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We have been in Portland for 5 months now and last Sunday, we finally made it to Multnomah Falls.
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Multnomah Falls is a waterfall on the Oregon side of the Columbia River Gorge, located east of Troutdale, between Corbett and Dodson, along the Historic Columbia River Highway.
Wildflowers growing in the stone masonry retaining wall around Vista House
Beyond the Columbia River and the eye-catching majesty or the ‘Gorge’ rock formations, is the Historic Columbia River Highway. It parallels Interstate 84. It was hugely innovative in its day and one of my most enjoyable observations along that old highway is the stonework by Italian stone masons that is still quite evident today. 79 more words
Well, it is a little breezy here in the Gorge this week. Trees are falling over, limbs are ripping through the air, litter is playing tag, rangers are trapped in their vehicles at Vista House, visitors are finding (and losing) their center of gravity, and newscasters are having a heyday. 463 more words
For this assignment, I was tasked with creating a logo for the King of Roads (KOR) project. After being critiqued by various other students and teachers, I fixed the logos to the best of my abilities and created a final set of logos for them (the client) to look at. 126 more words