I went out to see my fishermen friends along the river last week, and the Autumn colours were outstanding. This post is just so I can show you the lovely photos.
I met my friends at the Klickitat River at about 6:30am. It was dark and climbing down to the water’s edge was an adrenalin rush! I could hear the water roaring, and I could see a lighter grey streak where the water was, but we relied on headlamps to see the trail. As the sun came up, buyers showed up at the top of the hill and I climbed up there to help them with their purchase. Since I am not Yakama tribe, I am not allowed to fish, and I can only be on the rocky shore by invitation. When I got up to the top, I noticed the magnificent Fall colours, and grabbed my camera from my Jeep that was parked up there.
After the morning’s fishing was done, I said goodbye to everyone and tried to leave. But the views outside of Lyle, Washington, along Highway 14 were gorgeous. I had to pull over and take photos.