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Pilley, I've gone as far as the first bridge but never to the top. Might have pass up my chance as I'm not sure I could make it now. Yes Li, this is the lower half. Bet it's beutiful from above.I don't know Warbler, but it does sound like it.Thanks Gracie. So do I.
I have taken the walk all the way to the top more than once and it is always worth it.
I've always liked Multnomah Falls. We had huckleberry pie there in the little stone (as I remember it) building. I remember a bridge partway up the falls. This must be the lower half. Nice photo, Lyndee.
Those are beautiful falls, Lyndee. Is that an Indian name?
Beautiful picture Lyndee!! love waterfalls!
It's 88 here where I live right now cinderfire. I think I brought the hot back with me from Washington. So sorry. :)
This looks so inviting, esp since its 90 here today. Thx lyndee.
You're welcome Gladstone.Patti, my brother lives in Oregon and my sister in Washington. Everytime we go by these falls, we stop even though it always look the same!Didn't explore much pumpkin. Had a sister with us that don't get around too well. It is a pretty fall though.
Great waterfall picture. Thanks Lyndee.
I remember visiting there -- about 20 years ago! Still beautiful! Thanks Lyndee!
A nice waterfall, Lyndee! Did you stop there and explore a bit?