Jeff Petersen

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A basalt pile decorates much of Eastern Washington and Eastern Oregon, thanks to some lively volcanic action millions of years ago.

A fish ladder helps salmon crawl over the dam to reach their spawning grounds.

A window in the visitor center allows a close-up look at fish making their way up the fish ladder.

A boater sets out from Boyer Park and Marina. In the distance is the twisty road that descends the hillside.

An angler tries his luck at Boyer Park and Marina.

A wild turkey family goes for a hike in the hills above the Snake River.

Old farm trucks are displayed along the route north of the Snake River.

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