St. Johns Snow Day Three Another walk around St. Johns still in the snow. This time down by the river. The library stairs and parking lot were cleared of snow and they were open. Walk was cleared and they were baking pizzas. The merchants were getting their sidewalks cleared and were open for business. Not much had changes except the streets were packed and icy. Two trucks that could not make it up the icy hill. Trains have been rolling down these tracks. Heading down the tracks. The old industrial area was cover with snow. The remains of an old pier on the Willamette. The Rail Road Bridge over the Willamette. Willamette cove has turned into a squatters boat camp. Some homeless have bought cheap boats and now live in Willamette Cove. Boating home. Willamette Cove and the Rail Road Bridge. This area is a super fund site. Snow cover concrete floor of the old factory site. The Graffiti folks have been busy. A ruff trail had been put in along the tracks. Frozen Puddle Looking over the super fund site to the Rail Road Bridge and Forest Park beyond. Tracks heading to University of Portland Looking over the Willamette River to Forest Park Looking along the shore line to the Rail Road Bridge Frozen pebbles on the beach. Shoreline and snow. View across the rivet to Forest Park. Forest Park must be heavy with snow. I head up the road to the top of the bluff. Looking back down the tracks I had hike on. Heading back on Willamette Blvd. Best Icicles I saw all day. Bridge over the Rail Road cut. Looking down on the over pass I went under. View of the Rail Road Bridge from the bluff. Looking back down Willamette St. On day one there was a tree down blocking the road. All of the Restaurants, bars and pub were open and busy. Back to the house.