The Spokane River is a part of our history, our celebrations and our souls, our inner being. It was a local gathering place for area Native American Tribes as they caught and dried fish. Early settlers used the falls to power mills and generate power. There is now a Centennial Trail that follows along the river for 60 miles that people use for biking, running, walking and riding horses. The river seems to change with each bend as well as the seasons.
Below are pictures very close to where I live.
This old tree is a sign of days gone by. Rare is the day without a bird in its branches
The plants change from season to season marking the passage of time.
Flowers always make me smile!
The river and I are evolving and constantly changing.