Shows just how violent those falls were.
That structure and tower is definitely white man construction. What ever it was it possibly had to do with the cannery down river. Something to ponder about. All that was long gone by my time.
Charlott on 15th August 2018 @ 7:11am
Picture reminds me of the unique roar of the falls.
Buzz on 15th August 2018 @ 8:12am
I think this is part of the Seufert fish wheel and cannery.
L.E. on 15th August 2018 @ 8:22am
one of my three memories of the falls Buzz.....thundering noise, smell and rickety fishing platforms
Arlen Sheldrake on 15th August 2018 @ 8:40am
One of my memories, is having Mary Hawkes drive Mom and me up to see the falls on the weekend before they were scheduled to disappear.
Bill Seaton on 15th August 2018 @ 10:53am
"I was a little girl back then, who liked to watch the fishermen. Don't you see, don't you hear, don't you smell."
This is part of a poem I wrote about Celilo Falls, a very long time ago....
Charlott on 16th August 2018 @ 7:02am
We stopped at a resterant near where Celilo used to be visable about 25 years ago.
I asked a waitress if she knew about where it was before the water covered it. She said she heard it was near here maybe they moved it. My wife looked at me and said don't say anything..We'll talk later.
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Dennis Day on 10th October 2018 @ 3:25pm