Happy Equinox. 9/22

Posted by
Temira
Date
 September 22, 2010
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Good morning!

I’ve decided the sponsor of the week is Sign Art Signs. Dayna, the master sign maker, doesn’t know that he’s the sponsor. I just want him to be the sponsor because I believe in his talent. His work is creative, eye-catching, comes with a guarantee, and lasts nearly forever. Plus, he has a great sense of humor; just ask Dave Brown! You can take a look at some of his work here. For all your signage needs, call or email Dayna. Trust me… he’s doing a sign for me right now.

If you like windsurfing and kiting, you might want to consider taking up standup paddling or wakeboarding or fishing for a day or two, as high pressure over the Northwest will keep the windspeeds down. Today looks very light, and tomorrow morning does too. At best, we’ll see upper teen westerlies from Hood River eastward tomorrow afternoon.

Really the best thing to be doing right now is mountain biking or dirt biking. The dirt is in perfect shape for mountain biking, and the Hood River County trails are open for dirt biking now.

If you need something to do tonight, the Soroptomist club of Hood River presents Wine, Women and Wow at the Gorge Room at the Hood River Inn. All women in business are welcome to attend this free networking event. I know it’s not really recreation related, but it’s still a great event!

Also this evening is the unofficial Kayak Shed shop paddle, meeting at Husum at a new and improved time. Be there at 5pm for a run down the lower or the middle, assuming your fearless leaders Tim and Scott are back from looking for lost mushroom hunters. As of last night, the White Salmon was still just above 2 feet, so the shop paddle should be great today!

Finally, don’t forget that tomorrow is the last Post and Pint ride of the season, meeting at Dirty Fingers at 5pm and finishing up with a BBQ at the shop.

Boaters, the White Salmon was at a surprising and very fun 2.2 feet last night and the Klickitat’s back down around 850 cfs. The Hood made it up to 3.8 feet – we were all on the edges of our seats – before dropping again.

Have a great day today!

Temira

p.s. If you find this report useful, entertaining, or just want to recognize all the hard work that goes into it, please take the time to make a donation by clicking on the button at the bottom of the page. For a suggested donation of $10, I’ll add you to the email version of this list ‘til May 2011, putting you in the running for cool prizes donated by the weekly sponsors.

Good morning!

I’ve decided the sponsor of the week is Sign Art Signs. Dayna, the master sign maker, doesn’t know that he’s the sponsor. I just want him to be the sponsor because I believe in his talent. His work is creative, eye-catching, comes with a guarantee, and lasts nearly forever. Plus, he has a great sense of humor; just ask Dave Brown! You can take a look at some of his work here. For all your signage needs, call or email Dayna. Trust me… he’s doing a sign for me right now.

If you like windsurfing and kiting, you might want to consider taking up standup paddling or wakeboarding or fishing for a day or two, as high pressure over the Northwest will keep the windspeeds down. Today looks very light, and tomorrow morning does too. At best, we’ll see upper teen westerlies from Hood River eastward tomorrow afternoon.

Really the best thing to be doing right now is mountain biking or dirt biking. The dirt is in perfect shape for mountain biking, and the Hood River County trails are open for dirt biking now.

If you need something to do tonight, the Soroptomist club of Hood River presents Wine, Women and Wow at the Gorge Room at the Hood River Inn. All women in business are welcome to attend this free networking event. I know it’s not really recreation related, but it’s still a great event!

Also this evening is the unofficial Kayak Shed shop paddle, meeting at Husum at a new and improved time. Be there at 5pm for a run down the lower or the middle, assuming your fearless leaders Tim and Scott are back from looking for lost mushroom hunters. As of last night, the White Salmon was still just above 2 feet, so the shop paddle should be great today!

Finally, don’t forget that tomorrow is the last Post and Pint ride of the season, meeting at Dirty Fingers at 5pm and finishing up with a BBQ at the shop.

Boaters, the White Salmon was at a surprising and very fun 2.2 feet last night and the Klickitat’s back down around 850 cfs. The Hood made it up to 3.8 feet – we were all on the edges of our seats – before dropping again.

Have a great day today!

Temira

p.s. If you find this report useful, entertaining, or just want to recognize all the hard work that goes into it, please take the time to make a donation by clicking on the button at the bottom of the page. For a suggested donation of $10, I’ll add you to the email version of this list ‘til May 2011, putting you in the running for cool prizes donated by the weekly sponsors.