Photo of the Week: Jacobs Flies Over North Bank of Columbia River

Posted by Bradley Thayer | May 07, 2016 | 0 Comments

Partner Jeff Jacobs on his latest photo: “Completed in 1929, this full-size replica of the prehistoric structure at Stonehenge, England, is dedicated to soldiers of Klickitat County who lost their lives in World War I. There is no official word whether the curious circles in the parking lot were created by visitors from outer space …

The monument overlooks the north bank of the Columbia River, near the intersection of Washington State Route 14 and US Highway 97.”

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Bradley Thayer

Brad Thayer is a partner at the Schauermann Thayer firm. Brad is licensed in both Oregon and Washington. He has been practicing law since 2015. He was presented the 2018 Rising Star Award by the Clark County Bar Association. Brad's practice focuses on automobile collision, motorcycle, bicycle, pedestrian injury, dog bite, and myriad other types of injury and insurance cases. During his free time, Brad enjoys following the Portland Trail Blazers, playing basketball, going to concerts, and playing the drums. He especially enjoys hiking in the Columbia River Gorge and exploring other Northwest wonders.


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