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Portland Area Trip Photos
November 3-5, 2000

My dad and I went on another "scouting trip", this time to Portland, Oregon. While the weather wasn't totally cooperative, I really enjoyed my time in this beautiful city. The photos below are from Portland proper, Tillamook (and the road there), and various stops along the Columbia Gorge History Highway.

These were all taken with the Olympus C-2100 Ultra Zoom digital camera. Most of these have had Auto Levels run in Photoshop 6!


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Union Station One of many bridges in Portland Here's another

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Farmland on the way to Tillamook All these planes are at the Air Museum in Tillamook

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The Guppy! One of the biggest wood structures anywhere. The other hanger burnt down in 1992. Off the Columbia Gorge Historic Highway

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Back on the highway... amazing drive. Fall leaves

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One of many waterfalls. Check out the cool hexagonal shaped rock to the right of it.

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Multnomah Falls Bonneville Dam

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At the nearby fish hatchery. These poor guys are jumping but will never reach their goal... From Beacon Rock on a cold, cloudy, rainy day

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Looking down on some of the switchbacks on the way up the rock. And here's looking back up

 

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