Thursday, September 3, 2009

Horsetail Falls











I hope you enjoyed the tour. We went to two other waterfalls but they were dried up -- not enough rain, I guess. Maybe another time. We still had time so we went to the Bonneville Dam Fish Htchery next before we returned home. I wish we had gone back to Multonomah -- I could have taken that hike after all because we had plenty of time! Oh well, some is better than nothing and I was happy I had this opportunity. Come back and see the fish at the fish hatchery. . . I found benches there too! Ü

9 comments:

Malyss said...

Oh, yes, we enjoyed sharing this tour with you!You could see beautyful cascades, and spend a good time among nature.Thanks to you, so did we!

Lew said...

Your visual tour of the gorge and falls is fantastic! Some great shots along the way. I especially like the views up the path as you approach Multnomah Falls. And you are right about my moon shots - full moon is actually Friday. Thanks for your visit.

Your EG Tour Guide said...

I think the falls really does look like a horse's tail.

I look forward to seeing your latest benches.

Barb said...

Beautiful spray from the falls and I love the steps.

Love Bears All Things said...

I like this falls because of its shape. Looks like this was a very enjoyable trip.
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Mama Bear

James said...

I enjoyed it. I love waterfalls.

SandyCarlson said...

Oh, wow. Beautiful.

Kerri said...

Beautiful falls!

Viola said...

A bench next to a lovely waterfall! So beautiful! And what size of the waterfall! :)

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