Friday, October 6, 2017

Saturday Snapshot - October 7

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Last week, I shared our pictures from our visit to Fort Stevens near Astoria, Oregon.  Once we were done checking that out, we headed a few miles up the road to Fort Clatsop / Lewis and Clark National Historic Park.  In all my years living in Oregon, I had never been there!  This was where Lewis and Clark and the Corps of Discovery spent the winter of 1805/1806.  As National Parks go, it was a pretty sweet deal--only $5 a person (which was great because our National Parks pass had expired!)  Here are some of the pictures:

There were several impressive sculptures in the park.  This one was in the Visitors' Center

I loved this one of Sacajawea

The hubs and the Fort

Lewis and Clark's quarters

Lewis and Clark River

Next husband tries to relive Point Break.

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