Lower Columbia River
  • Daily Expedition Reports
  • 29 Oct 2021

Lower Columbia River, 10/29/2021, National Geographic Sea Lion

  • Aboard the National Geographic Sea Lion
  • Pacific Northwest

This morning the wind and rain at the western end of the Columbia River Gorge did not deter our ensemble from gathering on the bow in bright and waterproof colors to witness our eighth and final lock and dam – the mighty Bonneville Dam, completed in 1938. We then passed by Beacon Rock on the Washington shore, followed by the iconic Multnomah Falls on the Oregon side. After lunch the weather turned sunny and guests gathered on the aft 100 level to enjoy hot apple cider with additional libations of their choice. Mount St. Helens made a brief surprise appearance, peaking above the clouds as we narrowed the distance to the mouth of the Columbia.

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