7/14 Forecast

Posted by
Temira
Date
 July 14, 2011
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This week’s forecast is brought to you by Crossfit Hood River and their upcoming standup paddle series taught by the SUP fitness queen, Nikki Gregg. Now, you’re probably wondering why Crossfit (a gym, kinda) is sponsoring a report related to a website called ‘The Gorge is my gym’. Well, Crossfit will kick your a** into shape faster than anything else (you basically have a personal coach), leaving you more ready to tackle Mother Nature’s gym. Crossfit Hood River Sport Clinics: SUP series will get you SUP’ers into great shape too. The clinic runs 7/18,7/25,8/8,8/15 and is $155 for the series. You can sign up by calling 541-490-0939. And yes, we’re giving something away on the email list, but we’re not sure what yet. Stay tuned…

First thing this morning, I need your help. I’m trying to get a gig writing for the Native Eyewear catalog. Although my writing speaks for itself, I also need to be popular, and that’s not my forte. That’s where you come in. Please go to the Native Eyewear Facebook Pageand click on “like” below my photo/bio. And thank you, a thousand times over. If you could ask your FB friends to vote for me too, I’d really appreciate it.

Happy Thursday, happy roshamthrowdown and good luck in the qualifying rounds, and happy Post and Pint day.

We’ll start off with west wind in the 5-10 range this morning. As a low pressure system moves east this afternoon, we’ll have gusty wind in the 22-25 range east of Hood River with 14-17 in the western Gorge.

Tomorrow morning looks very light. As a system approaches the coast in the afternoon, west wind will pick up to 15-17 from Stevenson to Mosier.

Coming up on Saturday, we’ll see west wind in the 5-10 range early, picking up to the upper teens late in the afternoon.

In bike riding news, I have a confirmed report that Fifteenmile is now open. I also talked to the St. Helens trail staff yesterday, and Ape Canyon is a long ways out, with three feet of snow on the trail and Abraham Plain still, with lots of downed trees. So, save yourself from driving, and ride the Post and Pint tonight, with the uber-fast racer dudes and a cold one on Mitchell after the ride.

For girls, the Disco Diva ride tomorrow morning heads to Surveyor’s Ridge. They’re meeting at the China Gorge at 8:30.

If you’re looking for fun tonight, head to the British Pub at 8:00 for the Roshamthrowdown kiteboard party, where they’ll announce the qualifiers for this weekend’s event. If you can’t make this party, don’t worry, because there’s another at the Waucoma Club tomorrow and one more at the Hood River Elk’s on Saturday.

Have an awesome day today!

Temira

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