Wednesday, June 24, 2020

Why We Don't Navigate the Columbia at Night

These logs weren't ashore Sauvie Island's shore last year. Getting hit by them in a boat would hurt!
For scale: check out these spikes!
We dodged this submerged log nearly the length of our boat, coming into Sauvie Island a few days ago.
Location Location
Dawn off Sauvie Island, looking across the river at the Washington shore by Bachelor slough.
Sauvie Island, a bit West of Portland, Oregon, and about 90 miles inland of Astoria. N45 47.444 W122 47.195.

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