This is an Ospre nest that we passed everytime we went to town.
We went to the highest place near Spokane, it is called MT. Spokane. They have a ski lift at the top.
And the Vista house was built by the Civilian Conservation Corps. It is on top of Mt. Spokane.
The stone house is available to rent from the State Parks for the day.
This stone masonry is very beautiful.
This is the inside of the Vista House.
What a spectacular view from the portal.
There are windows to see Washington and Idaho mountians.
This is the view, but the photo does not do it justice.
While we were on the top of the Mountian this maintenance vehicle showed up, and the guy was here to maintain the ski lift.
This is a photo from inside the Spokane House display. Hudson Bay Company had rhis flag over the compound. Located at the confluance of the Spokane and Little Spokane Rivers.
This is a display of what the spokane House looked like when it was under the Hudson Bay company.
This display is of the attire that worn when the site was an active fur trading site.
This is a photo of a Basalt Lava Collumn called the Bowl and Pitcher. It is in Riverside State Park near Spokane.
Why is everything always UP????
This is the Spokane River below the Bowl and Pitcher.
The Swinging Bridge crosses the Spokane River at Riverside Park, it is part to the Cemtienial Trail that goes from Coeur d'Alene, Idaho to Riverside State Park in Washington. It is a Bike, Hike, or Horse Trail.
The original Swinging Bridge was built by the CCC. This is not the original one.
They had to rebuild the bridge, but it is at the original site of the old bridge.
The Spokane River and several of the distinctive rock formations.