Photos Page 6: (Click on each thumbnail photo to view a larger photo.)

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96. Washington

The Grand Coulee Dam on the Columbia River northwest of Spokane. Built between 1933 and 1942. President Franklin Roosevelt visited the construction site in 1934. Reservoir behind the dam named after him. 1962


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97. Washington

The Seattle Space Needle, 605 feet tall, constructed for the 1962 Seattle World's Fair. Completed in April of 1962. Photo taken in late June of 1962.

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98. Washington

A ship docked in Seattle with at least one lifeboat and a single stack with a hefty dose of emissions. I'll guess the vessel is 550 to 650 feet long. I can't immediately determine the name on the stern. Some ship historian will help me out here with the ship's ID and its routes. Alaska? California? 1962

Columbia River - Click for larger view

99. Oregon

Along the Columbia River, east of Portland. Washington state on the far side. 1974

100. Oregon

Multnomah Falls, about 620 feet high. East of Portland, near the Columbia River. 1962

Deschutes River - Click for larger view

101. Oregon

North of Maupin, the Deschutes River takes a bend toward the Columbia River. 1974.

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102. Oregon

Mount Hood. Elevation is about 11,240 feet. 1974

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103. Oregon

The four-mile Astoria Bridge spans the Columbia River from Astoria to Washington state. Bridge construction began in 1962. It opened in 1966 with one lane in each direction. 1986

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104. Oregon

The Pacific coast at Seaside on a misty day in August. No surprise, the water is as cold as it looks. 1969

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105. Oregon

North of Manzanita on a September day with clear skies. 1974

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106. Oregon

North of Manzanita, 12 years later, with cloudy skies. 1986

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107. Oregon

View of Cannon Beach includes Haystack Rock (also seen much larger in Photo No. 6). 1986

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108. Oregon

Driftwood, white sand, two men, and the twin rocks at Twin Rocks on the Pacific coast. A bit of an optical illusion with the men probably 20 or 30 yards beyond the driftwood. 1974

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109. Oregon

Garibaldi with a G built into the hillside and reflected in the northern end of Tillamook Bay. Two people in the water, probably looking for a meal. 1986

 

 
 

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