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After a few successful days Kokanee fishing we’d normally break camp and head for home with thunderstorms in the forecast, but this time we stayed to watch the gathering clouds. The “near” infrared (to distinguish it from “far” infrared or … Continue reading
Some say there’s buried treasure on the Neahkanie headlands, while others say the ancient marks on the mountain are survey marks from early Spanish exploration of the Oregon Coast. A few miles south of Neahkanie it’s a documented fact that … Continue reading
Built in 1890 in Maryport England the 290 foot, 2,000 ton, steel hulled four-masted sailing vessel Peter Iredale ran aground due to poor visibility and contrary winds on October 25, 1906, four miles south of the mouth of the Columbia … Continue reading
Rain and snow must know rivers return to the sea Eventually.
Imagine 30 million years ago; a young Cascade volcano lays down a tropical forest with its mighty eruption. Great tree filled mudflows choke rivers and form tidewater bogs. Layers of volcanic ash from repeated Cascade range eruptions set like concrete … Continue reading
Days getting shorter, And the nights growing colder. Soon there will be snow.
Dory boat fishing for sea bass and crab off the beach at Pacific City, summer 2016.
Salmon catching with great friends at our (not so secret) salmon catching location. This video seemed to fall together naturally. When I spontaneously took the opening shot of the boat trolling (it was going under a bridge I happened to … Continue reading