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A river runs through it....



And everyone talks about how the mighty Mississippi is so large and wide.



But, here is a view of the little old Columbia river looking north from Oregon to Washington.



Yes, that is one river and the mountain range you see way in the distance is truly Washington state.



And we have killer Seagulls that will take on anything in their path.

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Travel said…
Pretty up there. Gulls are nasty little birds, and they fly!

TR
WickedHamster said…
Ooooo! We MUST see more of the territory up there in Our next Imperial Progress. (DG just went off to the gymn wearing his "Acres of Clams" cap. Chilly morning here.)
WickedHamster said…
PS: We always knew when the first snow was coming when I was a kid, because seagulls would flock onto the playing fields in back of my high school. They'd move inland, and we were like 20 mi south of Lake Erie - and yes, the Great Lakes have seagulls (and NO, you can't see Canada on the other side; it's a very big lake).

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