Boundaries and borders are featuring a lot in my life at the moment – in weaving and in travel. It’s an area that never ceases to amaze and inspire me, and Columbia River Gorge, the boundary between Washington and Oregon, is no exception! A lovely day spent with views galore, moody skies, waterfalls, rocks (again!) and lovely bridges. Historic Route 30, running adjacent to the busy Highway 84, is a haven of peace and quiet (except at Multnomah Falls!) and we took all day to travel the 6 – 7 miles taking in the sights and sounds of nature with a hum of manmade traffic in the background!
This time, the mountain in our sights was Mt Hood!