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  • Its a sunny day and somewhat a rarity this time of the year.
    The confluence of Columbia and Willamette rivers fits the day's plan.
    The waters are high, not really how I remember this place.
    Waves come and go as they wish, leaving a soothing sound.
    This reminds me of rhythm, its importance and how its everywhere.

    The sights are diverse, from man-made features to natures own doings.
    A sea lion in the vicinity (another rarity), birds perched on what seems like the surface of the water with their wings stretched out.
    Freight ships and ship yards can be seen and Mt. Adams is over yonder.
    The contrast is bedazzling to say the least.
    But mama nature wins since her off-springs predominate over man-made features.
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