Day 1: San Jose, CA to Redding, CA
Day 2: Redding, CA to Bend, OR
Wahkeena Falls to [Fairy Falls] to Multnomah Falls Trail, Oregon
Legends speak of the various tribes and creatures that used to inhabit the Pacific Northwest. From monstrous sea creatures to mountainous trolls, all forms of mythic creatures have been written about in the sacred woods of Multnomah. Yet the rarest and most fascinating of these beings are the fairies. Congregating mostly around waterfalls in the high upper mountain regions these pesky winged creatures only come around if you are deemed worthy. No map can find them, no camera can capture them, but if you are lucky enough, you can catch a glimpse of their magic at work when you enter the falls. For this reason, the falls atop Multnomah have been named Fairy Falls.
Left to Right: Grandview Park (SF), Devil's Churn (Yachats, OR), Thor's Well (Yachats, OR)
Having recently returned from a road trip to Portland I have had a long time to reflect on the recent happenings in my life (Mostly while Lynn was asleep in the car and I was driving down I-5 for hundreds of miles). This road trip served as a catalyst to reinvigorate me from a tough season of drought in my life.
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