This streamlined City of Portland menu features the Columbia Gorge from Crown Point, a beautiful spot on the old Columbia River Highway. The “new” highway 30, a two-lane forerunner of today’s Interstate 84, is visible along the river below, but the Union Pacific’s tracks, which hug the sheer cliffs on the south side of gorge, are not. The interior breakfast menu is identical to the last two menus.
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The little plume of smoke in the distance is from a sawmill at Bridal Veil Falls. The mill and town site is now owned by the Trust for Public Lands, which demolished most of the buildings over the protests of historic preservationists.