It's not just the rivers that have flooded in Washington, lakes flood too. The sides of this dock are wrapped with 2"x10"s. The bottom of them are usually a foot out of the water. On the right side of the dock there is a step to get into the swimming area. Here is a summer... Continue Reading →
The 4 feet of water from th edge is where hole #1 was. How I left it. Big rock was covered with moss.
I need to get back down to the river to document the damage. The featured image shows a big crack in the hillside across from hole #1. One, I'm curious what got moved where, like the tree I used to cross to the sand bar. Two, I know for a fact that one of the... Continue Reading →