The bike troughs at the end of each step were an interesting idea, but they do chew up front sprockets going over the landings -
Beautiful photo, Aaron. Rich colors and perfect blurring of the water. Ron.
Hundreds of RR tie steps burned out by the Multnomah-Wahkeena fire.
Hope you will delete the above pictured sign, it is gone. I was never proud of it and replaced it with a wood sign on 5-10-13.
Good on ya Mr Rubble!
Thanks for adding this to Okanogan Highlands group Aaron. This is a fine image of a very nice area.
Nice . . . liked!
Greetings from California, Bruce
Hey Kenn, will you email me at "Cookiesgorge@yahoo.com"? Panoramio seems to have removed the ability to type you a message. I want to talk 190 Union Pacific RR changes, among other things. Both Jerry Tanquist and Steve Kenney recommend you highly! Cheers, scott cook
ummm, you should be corrected
Hmmmm, methinks I don't lie with my photos. The grave of Tuter is indeed atop a rarely-seen crag on the eastern sawteeth of Sleeping Beauty. Few know it exists. Best of luck. Once atop just keep exploring eastwards! cheers, scott