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.


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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