The Sunday Traveler~On The Road in the PNW

The Sunday Traveler was showered with luck while in the Pacific Northwest (PNW), not rain which is said to be the norm. We took off one morning heading towards Multnomah Falls, and the drive to get there was worth a million bucks unto itself.

We crossed the Willamette River; with clouds receding it seemed another day of clear sky in the forecast for the PNW.

The Snake River

From the car window as we drove along; the scenery was breathtaking

It was almost as if these scenes were from a movie set. For me, achingly beautiful.

We reached a Vista Point on the Columbia River that had a little museum, coffee and gift shop inside. Bonus points all around.

And the vista from this point, the Columbia River

A while to explore here, and then we were off to continue on our way

Latourelle Falls, a little preview

 

And we continued on

The Sunday Traveler will get you to Multnomah Falls next Sunday. Until then, travel on.

About Angeline M

Love travel and photography. Living in Northern California. Photos of locations visited are personal file photos.
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13 Responses to The Sunday Traveler~On The Road in the PNW

  1. Such beauty … a movie set indeed! Lovely images Angeline..

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  2. kkessler833 says:

    Beautiful photographs!

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  3. I love your photos this week. I was out & about this morning and the thought occurred to me that our current weather is what we experienced two months ago when we did our PNW trip. Given the differences in Latitude, the lag in weather seems about right.
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  4. Tippy Gnu says:

    Wow. Sometimes I’m jealous of you PNW’ers.

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  5. Cee Neuner says:

    You beautifully captured some of my favorite places!! 😀

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