Yesterday, the weather was foggy and gray when I left the airport in Spokane. I didn't think much about any photography. Plus, I really wanted to be home (haven't been home since the weekend after Thanksgiving). As I drove westward on US2, the sun finally appeared. Coming into Creston, I thought about the chapel and decided on a whim to stop. There wasn't that much snow on the ground plus I have a 4-wheel drive vehicle.
The chapel was dedicated in 2007 by Deb and Cheryl Copenhaver along with the help and support of many friends. It was built using cedar power poles from a Bonneville Power transmission line that ran from Grand Coulee Dam to Spokane. When the poles were replaced with steel towers, the Copenhavers were able to obtain some to help realize their vision to build a chapel.
|Roadside Prayer Chapel - Creston, Washington|
|Bronze Sculpture dedicated to Deb Copenhaver by daughter Deborah Copenhaver-Fellows|
|Interior of Chapel|
|Beautiful Poinsettia Tree|
I am glad I took the time to stop here.
Merry Christmas to all the Inspired Sunday participants! May your holidays be joyous.
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