Saturday, October 15, 2011

Multnomah Falls

Multnomah Falls, Andrew D. Barron©10/15/11
Multnomah Falls, Andrew D. Barron©10/15/11
Multnomah Falls, Andrew D. Barron©10/15/11
From the top.
Multnomah Falls, Andrew D. Barron©10/15/11
Multnomah Falls, Andrew D. Barron©10/15/11
East of Multnomah Falls on Historic US30 are some abandoned communities. Here is Dodson.
Motel, Dodson, OR, Andrew D. Barron©10/15/11
It is too bad someone recently broke the big window on this old place. It looked very fresh, so I snapped a few and got out of there.
Bowling ball, Dodson, OR, Andrew D. Barron©10/15/11
Service station, Dodson, OR, Andrew D. Barron©10/15/11
There enough people that still get the Hood River paper.
Service station, Dodson, OR, Andrew D. Barron©10/15/11
A few miles further east I turned around at Warrendale. There was a big sign that said BROWN EGGS, and two smaller ones, No Parking and No Trespassing.
Old homes, Warrendale, OR, Andrew D. Barron©10/15/11
I had a fraction of a second to whip out a camera for this shot. Glad the infrared D5000 was closest since no others could have focused quickly enough. Eastbound, Union Pacific line.
Union Pacific engine, Columbia River gorge, OR, Andrew D. Barron©10/15/11
Headed west towards Corbett. There is a bluegrass show at the Grange Hall. Could be interesting.
Union Pacific line, Columbia River gorge, OR, Andrew D. Barron©10/15/11
Tunnel in flood basalts, Columbia River gorge, OR, Andrew D. Barron©10/15/11

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