After visiting Syncline winery we continued east. It was a beautiful drive and Maryhill Museum was our destination.
Fall is on it's way as you can see by the colors in the trees. But, what really drew my eyes were the windmills. I love those massive energy making machines.
The further east you travel the more you see of the windmills
More fall colors with a beautiful backdrop
We make our way to the museum and take in the sights. To the left is the Sam Hill Memorial Bridge, also known as the Biggs Rapids Bridge. Off the right a tug pushing a large load on the Columbia River.
One of the museums many outdoor art installations
Love the landscape and D'light is busy checking out the surroundings
Time to see more
Large seed pods from this tree and you can see them littering the ground
My mom's dog Lacey was with us. Sweet Lacey was our first foster and she's such a great little dog. She does not like the camera so this was one of the few photos of her.
We move on, enjoying the outdoor art
Looking down at Maryhill winery
This deer sculpture was neat. One could spend a lot of time looking at all the tools that make it what it is.
D'light was having a grand time of rolling on some slug he found!
We passed this neat tree on the way back to the car.
This was an Osage Orange tree loaded with fruit.
Next stop is Maryhill State Park