Waterfall heads the opposite way

By Bryan Dorr
Wednesday, December 31, 2008, 6:36 pm PST

NEAR MOSIER, Ore. - It's the ultimate waterfall fail.

Along the old Highway 30 near Rowena Crest east of Hood River, water sprays upwards from a canyon alongside the road.

A small stream attempts to plunge from a cliff at Rowena Plateau, but it plunges only a few feet.

Instead, strong winds blows the waterfall back onto the roadway.

This phenomenon also got the attention of other motorists passing by.

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