After our Hood River Fruit Loop, it was early enough that we decided to stop at Multnomah Falls on the way back. There is a restaurant there at the lodge that I think we'll have to go back and try sometime. It only took me 14 years (holy cow!) of living in Oregon but I finally made it to the iconic spot and we even hiked the mile up to the top - 11 switchbacks and I didn't do too badly for being out of shape, it was actually a really nice little hike!
Switchback #7 ??
Looking down the waterfall... I think I see our car.
Stone stairs leading to the viewing deck at the end of the trail to the top of the waterfall (as seen from the deck looking back at the trail).
Aw, our shadows are holding hands! Mr. K thought I was crazy but I thought it was pretty cute...and clever...and creative...and cute.
"TO THE TREES!" Name that movie :)
Gotta love going downhill. What I didn't love was all the parents who let their children run downhill! The path wasn't all that wide and there's no railing. They probably wouldn't fall far with all the brush and trees but it certainly wouldn't feel good.
Someone was getting married! The second picture shown above is basically what the guests would have been looking at. Poor bride, it's kind of hard to outshine a waterfall.