First stop this morning was the Tamastslikt Cultural Institute, the Museum of the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Reservation, https://www.tamastslikt.org/
We crossed over to Washington and drove along the north side
of the Columbia River until we arrived at Stonehenge. Identical in size
and layout to the one on the Salisbury Plain, this one was made by Sam
Hill as the U.S.'s first WWI memorial for local war heroes, and it's
made of concrete. The views of Mt Hood and the Columbia River Gorge were
spectacular from this hillside vantage point.
Bret planking on the altar stone as Reed looks on.
Our next stop was Bonneville Dam for a tour and a look at the fish ladders.
Later we stopped at 620' Multnohmah Falls, finally arriving in Portland for the night.