Day 3: June 2 on the Columbia and Snake - The Author's 2008 Columbia River Cruise - PixTraveler's Geographic Photo Galleries
This Google Earth tour map with photos traces the author's route past the John Day and McNary Dams, the beautiful terrain near Wallula and Sacagawea State Park, and upriver on the Snake passing the Ice Harbor and Lower Monumental Dams.
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MapClick or tap on the Map link to scroll to the Google Earth map at the bottom of the page. You can follow the route, zoom in to view details, and zoom out see the entire area.
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