The low mountains sloped up easily from the dirt and the columbia river rolled in and out of site to the north of the highway.
The K-Basins are located about 400 yards from the columbia river.
Eagles soared over the low mountains and salmon rushed proudly through the columbia river.
This is the first effort to present a book distinctively on the columbia river.
We had a quick passage to the entrance of the columbia river.
This pursues more nearly the course of the columbia river, of which the traveller obtains delightful glimpses at intervals.
From Maine on the east, and from columbia river on the west, northward.
After coffee, three of the men withdrew to the other boat, a columbia river salmon boat, leaving three of us in the Reindeer.
They all claim the valley of the columbia river, and nothing more.
In the columbia river in Oregon there are lots of trout and shad, which people like to have for their dinner.
poetic name for United States of America, earlier for the British colonies there, 1730s, also the nation's female personification, from name of Christopher Columbus (also see Colombia) with Latin "country" ending -ia. A popular name for places and institutions in the U.S. in the post-Revolutionary years, when former tributes to king and crown were out of fashion: e.g. Columbia University (New York, U.S.) founded in 1754 as King's College; re-named 1784. Also District of Columbia (1791, as Territory of Columbia); "Hail, Columbia" (Joseph Hopkinson, 1798), Barlow's "Columbiad" (1809).