St. Johns Bridge has an elegance to it unmatched by other Portland bridges.
Cathedral Park has a couple of docks along the Willamette River. One dock has this group of pilings at its land end.
Heather and I spent the afternoon in North Portland. We were on a mission to visit a couple of parks we’d never been to before. First up was Cathedral Park, where the St. Johns Bridge spans the Willamette River. We walked around, waiting for Ashley and Kevin to join us. Of course, we had to walk up the hill to look under the bridge to the far side of the river. It’s clear where Cathedral Park gets its name. Once Ashley and Kevin arrived, we walked the park again, showing them everything we’d discovered. Two brides had arrived, one with her wedding party where the groomsmen wore black and white Nikes and boutonnieres made from a leaf and a Lego minifig. Mousse enjoyed the off-leash area, playing fetch and greeting other friendly dogs.
Next, we went to Kelly Point Park where the Willamette River joins the Columbia. Mousse bounded through the shallows and tried to fetch a rock batted into the water. Of course, we took more pictures.
We’re looking forward to the rest of the family going with us next time.