Wednesday, September 2, 2009

Multonomah Falls -- part #4

CLICK to enlarge and read more about this Falls.

This is a stairway to go to the Lodge, restaurant and information center.
This and the next photo are in a display inside -- enlarge to read.

This sign tells about the fish and birds in area. I almost got some neat shots of a bird but a car came by and scattered them before the camera shutter could close.
I took a photo of this sign because we have one almost like it just a few blocks from me on Hiway 99. It honors our armed forces. . .
Enlarge this photo to see the stone work that made this fountain! I think it is fantastic!
This and the next photo is Multonomah Creek. . .
The bridge takes you back to the parking lot. That's the end of the tour of Multonomah Falls but there is one more waterfall we saw coming tomorrow.

4 comments:

Malyss said...

very interesting! on the two last pictures, it seems that there is not a lot of water in the river; It's time to have a little rain to fill it up again!

PERBS said...

Yes, it was a creek -- runoff from the falls. When I was there, kids were wading in it and skipping stones.

SandyCarlson said...

This is a neat place. The building itself is delightful. Thanks for taking me west, Paulie!

Your EG Tour Guide said...

Those stone stairs look a long way up!

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