Today and tomorrow are supposed to get clear into the 80's before plunging us back into the gloom of overcast, rain and mid 50's temperatures again.
It is beautiful outside right now for once.
Here is a shot of Crown Point on the West end of the Columbia River Gorge, looking East.
It sits way up on a bluff the local Indians used for a meeting place and is almost right at the end of the Gorge.
If you looked up and East South East just a few degrees, Mt. Hood would be in the shot behind it.
Here is a shot from the North side of the Gorge.
Crown Point looks pretty tiny.
Y'all have a nice day now, I'm off to work again.
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