Monday, June 13, 2016

Viva heads to the Columbia River Gorge - Cascade Locks

On our way back to Seattle we have two stops (that turn out to be three) to make.

We head back over to Cascade Locks 

We check out the large bronze crouching cougar called “Silent Descent”

The same artist above also made the below bronzes and here's some info about them 

Viva wasn't so sure about these two!

Lewis and Clark made there way through the gorge with the help of Sacagawea.

Seaman, the Newfoundland dog belonging to Meriwether Clark.

Lovely view!

Lots to smell

"Who are you!!"

She was a interested in this wood sasquatch

Sternwheeler that gives rides up and down the Columbia River

We move to the locks

Cascade Locks museum

Lots and lots of pretty hosta

And lots of azaleas and rhododendrons in bloom

Time to go and explore Bonneville fish hatchery and dam!

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