Friday, August 7, 2009

Heading out of Oregon and into Washington


These photos represent our last views of the Oregon Coast before crossing into Washington.












The Astoria–Megler Bridge which crosses the mouth of the Columbia River and took us across the border from Oregon to Washington. It is the longest continuous truss bridge in North America.








10 comments:

Cele said...

Wow great pictures of the Astoria bridge, I've never been across. I love the down picture wow.

Cheryl said...

Oh my God! That bridge looks terrifying!

Maya said...

Cele: You should go up there and drive across! It's amazing!

Cheryl: It's not too bad. It is very photogenic though!

Janet Kincaid said...

Cool bridge shots! Next time we cross it, you're driving and I'm shooting.

Maya said...

Deal!

Sherry Stewart said...

looks like a bridge to the mountains!

Maya said...

Sherry: I guess it does. Really, it just led to a cute little town.

Tash said...

I cannot decide which of these photos I love more! Wow! The bridge is fabulous. The rocks of Oregon shot is gorgeous with the little people in the shot next to huge rocks.

Tash said...

PS - I think I have a photo of that bridge from a commercial jet flt.

Maya said...

Tash: Thanks! I'd love to see what it looks like from the air!