Saturday, May 10, 2008

More traveling around Oregon


On this cloudy Saturday morning I'm thinking of the blue skies to come and visiting more beautiful sights in Oregon. This includes the many waterfalls throughout the state. Today's post is a picture I took of Sahalie Falls which is just off Hwy 126 in the Willamette National Forest along the McKenzie River. This waterfall is 140' tall and was formed thousands of years ago when lava flows buried parts of the river. It is certainly worth stopping and exploring when driving through the Cascades of Oregon!

4 comments:

Waterrose said...

How absolutely beautiful. When I go back to visit my son I'll be ready to visit many of the places you have featured on your blog...thanks for the info.

Helen said...

Pretty! Reminds me of Niagara Falls.

GrayEyedScorpio said...

I've made that drive. Absolutely gorgeous territory!

Silver Canyons said...

I think I would have stood there for hours looking at this...absolutely stunning!