While the above is simply an exercise of my imagination, it's neither empty nor pointless; similar events will, with almost complete certaintly, occur in the future. The portion of the Cascades between North Sister and Route 20 has been highly active during the Holocene, and with the exception of the high peaks standing above the High Cascades platform, has been almost entirely repaved with fresh young mafic flows during the past 10,000 years. This road's existence will be quite short in geologic terms. It may not be destroyed in the lifetime of anyone reading this, in fact, it most likely won't be. It might be centuries, but it might be only months... this drive will almost certainly be buried under fresh basalt.
As I indicated in the title, I think the peak on the horizon in the left middle is The Husband, a large peak to the west of The Three Sisters, though of lower prominance than any of them. I'm not certain, though, thus the parenthetical question mark.
Photo unmodified. October 9, 2014. FlashEarth location.