A whole season is all too short to discover the places of peculiar interest and beauty in the country of Dalles. Here a cliff from the jutting lip of which a superb view of the sunset may be had, there a secret nook in which Pan himself may well have made himself a noonday nest, elsewhere a curious cave in the banks of a gulch hid deep within the heart of the woods. (Extract taken from the description on the reverse of the card.)
Photographer and publisher unknown, c.1900.
Good condition with full description on the reverse of the card. Color tinted.
Measures 7 x 3.5 inches and weighs 0.3 oz.