Wednesday, February 17, 2010

E is for Enterprise

This is the view of the Wallowa Valley and the Wallowa Mountains from our motel on our recent excursion to Eastern Oregon. We made our stay in Enterprise and traveled out from there. That gap between the mountains follows Hurricane Creek, where we hiked.

Even as we got close to town each expediton out into the hills or countryside or neighboring towns, the barns caught my attention.



Enterprise is the County Seat of Wallowa County. The whole area is a high valley, with the elevation near 4,000 feet.



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10 comments:

®ø$åðìɱåggìø63 ღ said...

Bella foto Enterprise !

Hameed Nori said...

Wonderful photos as usual! Specially first shot of this post

Paulie said...

I am so jealous of everyone's snow. It snowed here December 28th and was gone in three days. Nothing but rain since.

I used my camera in the rain in Port Orchard where I went for my birthday week. I guess it got wet and stopped functioning and I only had it 10 months. The warranty was no good as it was a problem that was not a manufacturing defect. I had to pay one third of original cost to get it repaired and had to send it off to Olympus in CA. I don't have it back yet and am using photos from earlier here and visit to Port Orchard until it comes. Hoping for snow and hoping I get camera back before it happens.

imac said...

You certaily pick some super places to shoot Katney.

LeAnn * ~ See Great Things said...

The court house reminds me of the show Back to the Future. Looks alike you had a fun time.

RuneE said...

I'm impressed by all you activities, bit that valley looked like an Excellent place for hiking.

Sheila said...

The mountains look wonderful! And what a great name for a place - Enterprise!

Jay said...

Looks like a nice town! I love the courthouse - they don't look like that here.

On behalf of the team, thanks for taking part in ABC Wednesday this week! :)

Roger Owen Green said...

lovely-looking area. High, but not so bad. -Ramblin' with Roger

Tumblewords: said...

Great E post! A wonderful spot.