Thursday, June 12, 2008

Yet another White Salmon Post

So my blog will be deviating from the chronological nature and following a more random approach based on...well purely based on convenience. Nothing scientifitic just lazy. Actually just way more busy enjoying stuff outside instead fo being inside.

We ran the White Salmon over the first weekend in April 2008. The level was about 3 ft and I'm not even going to tell you how to get there or anything else because if you don't already know or can't find out on your own then stay home. Ha Ha Ha!

Ricky Shurdle firing up Lava Falls

Photo by RT

The next drop scares the crap out of me. It has nothing to do with the height, but more to do with the cave. I don't like CAVES especially while kayaking. I ran this last summer and got a beat down at the bottom of the falls and swam. Luckily this time Ricky and RT showed me the proper way to handle big bro and fired it up without too much incident.

RT at Big Bro

Photo by Matt Thomas

Matt at Big Bro

Photo by RT

Ricky was on a rampage that day. Prolly due to the fact that there's going to be a little schurdl running around here real soon.

Well anyways, he fired up BZ and made it look fun. I still walked. That is a big, mean looking hydraulic!

Ricky at BZ falls

Photo by RT

Hood River is an outdoor playground with many multisport opportunities. We ended up running the Framlands stretch on the White Salmon staight on through the Truss section then went mountain biking up by the Hospital.

Then on Sunday we did a ride just East of White Salmon that was pretty fun. The trail ran along the edge of about 200 foot cliff. It was little challenging mentally not look at the edge, but it was kinda cool too.

Boy that's a long ways down!

Photo by RT

Brian aka 420 shredding the trail

Photo by RT
Gettin' after it Effer's!! glad to see you posting sumpin. Hope to do some boating with you this season. l8r shredder.

I really love this images. Great blog really wish you all the best and keep it all up! All About Kayaking
Post a Comment

Subscribe to Post Comments [Atom]

<< Home

This page is powered by Blogger. Isn't yours?

Subscribe to Posts [Atom]