It’s looking like a couple of light wind days in the Gorge, and that means that every upcoming event gets to use the report as a venue. Actually, we’ll probably see some west winds in the corridor in the 15-19 range tomorrow afternoon, but that’s about it for today, tomorrow and Thursday.
So, first, there’s a call for volunteers for the Mt. Hood Cycling Classic. You know you love this race, and you know you want it to succeed. So, drop a note to firstname.lastname@example.org and let Julie know you want to help make the race a success.
If you want to go ride your bike today, the dirt is in near-perfect shape. If you want to ride, go before those yellow and green echoes on the radar image get here!
On Thursday, instead of the Post and Pint, Dirty Fingers is running a shuttle up to the top of the course. If you’re not interested in riding, but you’d like to help out a bunch of bikers, Mitchell’s looking for shuttle drivers. Volunteer, and you’ll be rewarded with a t-shirt and beverages. Give Dirty Fingers a call to offer your services.
Tomorrow is the Hood River Yacht Club’s Wednesday night race. If you’re an experienced sailor and you show up, you’ll likely end up with a spot on a boat… and just enough wind to fill the spinnaker
Boaters, my only confirmed numbers today are the Hood at 3.8 feet, and the White Salmon at 3.45 feet.
Have a great day today!