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Almost a real mountain

Living in the great Northwest allows the viewing of many mountains during one's travels. I love the Portland area except for the fact that Mt Hood is just such a poor excuse for a real mountain. It is a nice mountain as mountains go, the fact is that it's just there.

Then we have day's like today where one truly sees Mt Hood as she is and one must admit what a fine mountain she is.

Disclaimer: These pictures were taken through a dirty front windscreen while traveling at a high rate of speed and at a distance of approximately 100 miles from the mountain.


Kelsgarden said…
I'm - pun intended - stuck on the windscreen - like a bug - can't see past . . .
Travel said…
Mountain, yes it is there, Check!

WickedHamster said…
Mountains... yes... we don't have them on this side of the country. We don't like to show off here.

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