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It’s the end of 2020. All is quiet. What will the new year bring? This picture of “quietness” was taken along Rutter ParkWay in north Spokane.
The Spokane River Valley is in north Spokane, close to the Wandermere Golf Course. This monument is erected near the newest lower bridge, just below Highway 395 Wandermere Bridge.
At the north boundary of Stevens County the Columbia River runs close to the Canadian border. This is the back yard of a home I visited today. The crickets were chirping, but I understand wildlife includes bear, deer, turkey and … Continue reading
A robust downtown river is a tourist attraction. This picture is taken near the north entry of Riverpark Square, close to Spokane City Hall. Notice that the court house is north, across the river.
The Spokane River looks very cold, especially with surrounding snow. This is a view from the Double Tree Skywalk, looking north across the river. We have such a beautiful downtown and park!
The trees and bushes are turning a beautiful red and gold. The Little Spokane River was looking very cold today, but the foliage created warmth for our viewing pleasure! This picture was taken near the Dartford area–very close to the Wandermere Golf Course.
This was the view of Gonzaga today from across the Spokane River. It was a lovely day and the trail along the River was busy with joggers and bikers.
Looking north, across the Spokane River is the Pier One building. Notice the Division Street Bridge on the far right. Isn’t the reflection beautiful?
Autumn is here with overcast skies, colorful bushes and trees, and very few people on the Centennial Trail. This is taken from the south side of the river, looking at the Division Street bridge. Calm waters!
Upriver Drive. We never tire of the beauty of our Spokane River. Walk a few feet, catch a new picture. The temptation on hot summer days is to grab a swimming suit and jump in. Many do!