Big storm came thru the West Coast on Saturday evening.  The remains were blowing thru the Cascades on Sunday morning as I drove up Willamette Pass.  I could see new  snow about !/2 way up the hills so was really looking forward to some fresh snow and simple scenes that can develop during those times.  Between the 2,000 and 3,000 foot level lite snow was hitting the windshield and above 3,000 feet the snow was coming down in earnest. So wonderful to see the mountains begin to fill up with snow.

Salt Creek Falls is normally the big attraction for those traveling up Highway 58 for a day in the mountains but right now I think the new snow tops it.  The one below is looking upstream – Salt Creek.  I got a few nice shots but nothing really good – just nice to be out and about.