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It’s the rare byway where the road itself is a main attraction, but consider the audacious engineering mettle it took in 1913 to build a cliff-hugging highway above the dramatic Columbia River Gorge from Troutdale to The Dalles.
We started from the Dalles October 30, under conditions that were not conducive to success.The Memoirs of General P. H. Sheridan, Complete|General Philip Henry Sheridan
In Oregon he was for a time engaged in business on his own account, conducting a harness and saddlery establishment at The Dalles.
Somewhat heartened by this reunion, they continued their journey and at length reached The Dalles.
Eight miles brought us to the Dalles of Platte, where the river bursts through a mountain spur.
The distance was thirty-five miles to the Dalles, at which place they arrived about the 13th, or 14th of October.