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Vista House, Crown Point State Scenic Corridor, Oregon




Such a gorgeous vista, all high up and you can see for miles. Click this link for more history and info about the "Vista House, Oregon". What a view. Please enjoy!! It was a small parking lot with lots of folks visiting. Several gift shops (& bathrooms too!) are located throughout the Vista House. Beth ( :

Comments

eileeninmd said…
Hello, Beth! It is a lovely spot with a view of the Columbia River. beautiful photos. Happy Monday, enjoy your new week!
William Kendall said…
A beautiful structure, and amazing views!
Linda Kay said…
Beth, we are going to be driving down the coast of Oregon in July, so looking forward to it!
Missy George said…
Beautiful vista for sure...I guess I'll never get out there but it's on my Bucket list..There and the Canadian Rockies..
Ruth Hiebert said…
Beautiful indeed.
Betsy Adams said…
Hi Beth, There's so much to see in Oregon... Of course, there's a lot to see in every state... Wish we had the time and money to travel more than we do.. YET---we love doing what we do when we can do it...

It's great that you and hubby enjoy traveling and can do it as much as you do... It's also nice that you share your memories and pictures with us.

Thanks..
Hugs,
Betsy
TexWisGirl said…
what a view!!
Rose said…
E, what a drive I bet that was! I wish I was there.
Stephanie said…
Awesome building and views!
Michelle said…
A great view!
A wonderful view! It is a very interesting looking building isn't it. xx
Tanya Breese said…
beautiful views and i just love that vista house!
Gorgeous view of the river!

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