Columbia River Gorge (Part 1), Washington

Yesterday we drove from The Dalles, Oregon, crossed the Columbia River and drove about 85 miles west on the northern shore of the Columbia River to Stevenson, Washington. Along the way we visited a full-sized replica of Stonehenge…

To read all about this replica of Stonehenge, click this link…

Next stop was four miles more down the road at the Maryhill Museum Of Art, a place Mary has been wanting to visiting for years. Art museums are not my thing, so I hungout int the motorhome while Mary experienced two enjoyable hours in the museum…

To read about the Maryhill Museum Of Art, click this link…

Along the way we continued to see lots more beautiful scenery…

To see all 19 photos that I took along the way, click this link…

We spent the night in the parking lot of Eagles Club #1744 in Stevenson, Washington.

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2 thoughts on “Columbia River Gorge (Part 1), Washington

  1. Jim: Many years ago I slept on that altar stone just to see what I would dream in such a place. I dreamed about navigation.

    • ramblinmanjimj

      Hi Randy,

      I saw no signs saying Randy Vining slept here. Did you sleep all night long on the stone with no padding of any kind?

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